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Bullet Journal: Sunday and October Planning

It’s Sunday, so I’m planning. It’s also the Sunday after a 3-day holiday, which affects other things.

For example, it’s hard to journal when you’re not permitted to write. 389 more words

Judaism

After Yom Kippur, The Sukkah!

Yes, we have the solemnity of Yom Kippur still to go, and we will have a quiet meditative observance on Friday the 29th at Will & Glyn’s home at 7:00 PM. 948 more words

Jewish

Getting Ready for Sukkot

All these beautiful pumpkins, buttercup and spaghetti squashes were harvested from the CBS garden. The CBS Preschoolers will decorate the pumpkins and then all of these will decorate the bima during Sukkot. 52 more words

Buttercup Squash

Interview with talented #kidlit author, Laya Steinberg

CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Laya, what led you to become a writer for children?

LAYA STEINBERG: The one-word answer: children. Mine. I know, that’s two words. Probably every parent invents some idea for an amazing picture book, a story they told… 1,024 more words

Writing - Tools, Tips & Resources

The Prayer of the Nations to Our Father

As just about anyone involved in some form of Judaism or in the Messianic/Hebrew Roots movements knows, the High Holy Days are coming up on us fast. 1,232 more words

Prayer

The Vinedresser, the True Vine, and the Branches

The month of Elul is often called the month of repentance, as it is a time to prepare for the upcoming High Holy Days of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, and the last great festival of Sukkot. 747 more words

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