Monthly Archives: March 2015

Getting Ready for the First Seder

So Seders are traditional, the anthropological reliving of a cultural experience. This one happens to occur on Good Friday. In today’s world, one can imagine or hope that Jesus might have passed over to somewhere real and safer. I find … Continue reading

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Spring – National Puppy Day, Easter

The Lenten season has never been a comfortable one for me.  Not only is there the expectation of physical discomfort added to an already existing level of discomfort in order to remember the suffering of Jesus, but there is also … Continue reading

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