Monthly Archives: April 2012

49 and counting

                                       This could well be my blog for last week, this week and the month to come, but it probably won’t.   Something else always can be expected.  But starting on the second night of Passover we began doing something … Continue reading

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   At our Seder, a teenage guest named Natalie asked a question that is not in the Haggadah.   “We have Pesach to celebrate the end of Egyptian slavery,” she said, “so why don’t we have a holiday to celebrate the … Continue reading

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