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Do work with great people who you respect, share vision with, and relate to
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A flash of inspiration is a Divine gift that falls into our minds or our laps
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Can we highlight the chesed while acknowledging the pain?
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Heading into Tishah B’Av, the mood turns solemn as we focus on our fasting and its reason. Yet, we still have to make sure the crew is well-fed.
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Why do maps fascinate me? Partly because I love fault lines. The border between doubt and certainty. The place between choice, faith, passivity, and acceptance
Leah Gebber
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We are in the world of planting, but the time to reap will come
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What do you really yearn for?
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