Quite uniform #writephoto

YAY! The move to Lincoln was successful! We are somewhat broken in at this point, but still have a bunch to unpack. Nevertheless, I am ready to write a blog post after almost two weeks of hiatus. Clearly I won’t be able to keep up a regular schedule, but I will still attempt to do O.C.T.O.B.E.R. this year. Will it work?

But I digress.

This doesn’t really have a story to the post, but seeing the “Worn” writephoto from Sue Vincent made me think of something that is worn regularly on MY end. First, the prompt photo is below:

As we can see, the top risers all have inward grooves, and are well worn.

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Let it burn

Yesterday, many Jewish congregations read from Parashat Pinchas (Numbers 25-29). These five chapters of scripture have a lot going on in them, and it is significant to me because it was the parashah that was read during my bar mitzvah, 20 years ago!

Thirteen years ago, I read the readings that I had done during my bar mitzvah, and wrote a new drashah (sermon). This year, I read the same Hebrew readings, and also wish to publish my thoughts: a modification of what I wrote thirteen years ago.

Here goes!

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ICYMI: Limbo Over!

Ever since M.A.P.L.E., some of you may have noticed my count-ups in the back matter of my posts. These included “Consider Other Viewpoints In Dissemination,” the Omer, and “Frozen Limbo.”

However, in the post from Wednesday, I no longer had it. Thus, the Limbo had ended, and the “Lincoln II” was a clue.

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