Whilst pondering this post I remembered a film from the early 1990s called Leon the Pig Farmer. Leon was a Jewish estate agent from north London who, after a mix up in artificial insemination, found out that his ‘true’ biological father was a Yorkshire pig farmer. 1,075 more words
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Her smiling face, her joyful coos, her wondering eyes.
When you become a mom you tend to enjoy the smallest things.
Watching her study intricate patterns, trying to process bright colors, observing her taking in her ever growing world is extraordinary. 203 more words
The Teat of Resentment
Link to Lectionary for September 21, 2014:http://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/texts.php?id=160
God is like the Generous Employer who gives everyone the same pay regardless of when they began working. 555 more words
Sometimes I write about forgiveness and people get very upset. I recognize there are some things we want to put into the category of unforgivable, so let me clarify what I mean when I say I believe forgiveness is freeing and vital if you want to be at peace. 947 more words
This past Monday marked 18 years since my father passed away; in the Jewish tradition, this day is known as the Yahrzeit. His death at a young age was an undoubted tragedy – Dad passed away less than three months after the birth of his first grandchild, our eldest son. 652 more words