Pilgrim March

Thoughts on Life as a Spiritual Journey


Complaint Letter

A little while ago, I blogged about an unfortunate experience my wife had to go through (see here).  We decided that it was important for Mary to write a complaint letter.  We didn’t do it because we needed for it to happen in order to feel vindicated, but rather because we think that the best way […]

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Josiah Made My Day

Josiah is my three-year-old who is in preschool.  Today the teacher asked the kids in the class what they want to be when they grow up.  Some of the vocations that the kids wanted to be were: Veterinarian  Train conductor Chef Fireman Mailman Princess These are all very exciting professions, especially in the eyes of […]

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Weekend Getaway

Some of Mary’s closest friends spent the past few days visiting with us.  The girls were a part of a small group together while we were back in Boston on the seminary campus.  They have all since gotten married, and their husbands came with them on this visit.  There were four couples including Mary and […]

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Christmas Card 2008

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Taken from The Blessing of a Skinned Knee: using Jewish teachings to raise self-reliant children, pg. 33-34: “Through the study and practice of Judaism, I learned that the parents I counseled had fallen into a trap created out of their own good intentions. Determined to give their children everything they needed to ecome ‘winners’ in […]

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