Category Archives: adaptation

Defending the rights of {Christ mess }trees

Everyone can find bits of them selves in the archetypes of that cult  t.v. show  “Friends”  Naturally i  found Phoebe as my archetype  ;  her defense of helpless christmas  trees is actually not as  funny as it sounds; Besides the dire problem … Continue reading

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Opinion: Why I, an Israeli Jew Who Lost Family in Auschwitz, Assimilated had this article to offer paying subscribers..however since i was not a paying subscriber i decided to use the provacative title to trigger thoughts about the topic since i was after all, an Israeli jew who lost family in … Continue reading

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the way of the world

“The fathers have eaten sour grapes and the children’s teeth will be ruined?” Rabbi Yosef Carmel To those who seek to feel the world;  a poem instead of a discussion ;   But we are not absolved of the punishment  of … Continue reading

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it’s so easy

it’s so easy  to let go and pretend  you dont know , it ‘s so easy to call someone else crazy for not wanting to let go of what was once and never will be again just a simple friend … Continue reading

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and then there were four

  I  had asked the daughter of Rabbi Shlomo Carlibach to sing this at the  inter religious dialogue program in the Sivananda yoga center, then i left the yoga center , because i had realised that somewhere the people of Israel live but … Continue reading

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universal love ?

It was in a cafe near where i was staying in Tel Aviv that i heard a familiar voice…Eliot Gould, i finally fished out of my memory but no, the man who looked and sounded a lot like Eliot Gould had … Continue reading

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The wedding dress

He said he wanted to marry on a full moon because they had met on a full moon but later on it turned out he was a lunatic and he needed his moon to feel himself real and true to … Continue reading

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