September 22, 2011 | 3:12 pm
I am a little open ended
clinging to your tallis, winging it, looking up at you, Trusting you.
Your every move, expecting the best.
Anything, be for good
I love the Tallit we are... read on
reveal what's inside.
Reveal to us Your heartfelt design. Rosh Hashana 2014
Each one a huge masterpiece.
"But what, please tell me, what do scientists need some spiritual idea for?” The scientist said, “It...
water is life: water retention landscaping
September 7, 2011 | 1:36 pm
September 5, 2011 | 11:39 pm
DANCING CIRCLES OF FORGIVENESS
by Emily Stern
Motzi Shabbos, Elul, Pre Rosh Hashana 2010
How Silly I am to ever ask my purpose as if I am a period at the end
of a sentence.
How curious I am for a mind to make mass, as if anything I could bring could mean something!
We circle... read on
August 7, 2011 | 6:39 pm
there are words for things,
somethings, that in their coarse separation, like water, become a substance separate from the particle of dust that uplifts her or makes waves or storms. O when do we change from one whole matter of fact to a void whose absence is galaxies, A life up... read on
May 10, 2011 | 1:51 pm
(Translation of The Talmud Chullin 60b taken from kolel.org)
Rabbi Shim’on ben Pazi pitted one against another: “God made the two big lights” (Genesis 1:16a) and “the big light… and the small light” (Genesis 1:16b)!
The moon said before the Blessed Holiness: “Ruler of the World! Is... read on
April 24, 2011 | 3:31 am
My 14 year old friend would wake up every morning and do a hand washing ritual. She was so quickly termed with Obsessive Compulsive Behavior.
She was already in the “system” so to speak having been hospitalized with anorexia, working with it, since we were 10.
i remember the... read on
March 31, 2011 | 5:41 am
By Emily Stern
For Alive I Dedicate to You.
If I were to trap you,
and change you and name you,
what could you ever blame me for doing?
How could I want you and make you forever the one I decorate myself with?
When Aaron told the people to bring gold, I think he was being... read on
March 26, 2011 | 2:01 pm
To Go There: Little Red Riding Hood
by Emily Stern
our conversations are cyclical that i would need a magnifying gladness of hindsight to see anything within this glass of water. it is swollen, my whole body, too much salt, or milk, or something. and what is everything being... read on