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Happy Chanukah!

December 10, 2004

No show today, Sunday, or Monday, as I will be out of town to celebrate Chanukah with my family. One of the best things about being Jewish in America is we get Jewish AND Christian holidays off!

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  • If I die before I wake.... November 7, 2006 9:56 am

    From nowhere
    to now, here, floating on the river
    to nowhere again,
    it’s all the same,
    returning to the source
    wearing pocket-less life jacket,
    a gift received from forgiveness.
    Delay no more your destiny,
    match your energy with ultimate intention,
    become synchronous with spirit
    that guides with clues and signposts along the way.
    No time for resistance,
    no time at all.
    Wonder is creation
    within the thrall
    of powerful peace
    dwelling in deep silence.
    this is home.

  • Now I Lay me Down to Sleep November 7, 2006 9:38 am

    PS – And dear Lord, please forgive the smart-aleck aka Rabbi Phil; it’s actualy Rabid Phil. He’s eaten too many of the nitrate-filled dogs.

  • Rabbi Phil November 7, 2006 9:29 am

    lydia–your help resides within the translation of embracing the taste of a big Hebrew National hotdog–with mustard, onions, saurkraut, and extra nitrates–what a Kosher treat–just before bed-time!
    A Waking Prayer
    Protect me Lord,
    from the ego’s resistance
    that seeps in during sleep,
    a dull aching pain
    lingering with the illusion
    that fear creates.
    Free me from the fences
    that separate me from Thy will
    and comforting peace.
    Flow through the recesses of my body,
    cleansing me of doubt,
    reminding my faith of truth
    in the face of whatever
    fate is waiting.
    Fill me with love
    that I may spread that feeling
    to whoever
    needs that healing.

  • lydia November 6, 2006 10:42 pm

    I kinda need some help i am trying to find some bedtime prayers written in hebrew do you think you might be abel to help me thank you very much

  • Silly Woman December 17, 2004 6:37 am

    The Real Meaning of Christmas : Donald Dugan’s youngest daughter,Nancy, was almost four, and her parents and four older children all had tried to prepare Nancy for Christmas by talking with her about the real meaning of Christmas and why the family celebrated it. Nancy had a wonderful Christmas with a lot of presents and toys. A few days later, Nancy was talking with her older sister about what a great Christmas she had, and said: “I sure hope Joseph and Mary have another baby.”
    A golden oldie: The pastor of a church in a small town was ordering a sign for their outdoor manger scene. The company needed to know the dimensions and wording of the sign. The next day a Western Union employee was shocked to see this message come across the wire: “For unto us a child is born. 8 feet long, 3 feet wide.”