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This book is a great idea but a disappointment. I was disappointed by the shortness and the lack of story line. The illustrations are realistic however, don’t look at them too long because you will discover that everyone has some sort of grotesque facial distortion.
I’ve given it 3 stars because it is one of the few books in this category and I believe we need to support this genre.
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I agree with the first reviewer. The book is disappointingly short. However, and it’s a big however, I also agree that books about Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are lacking for a younger age group. This also turned out to be an ideal book (because it’s short) for my new kindergartner to take to school and tell the teachers and kids about this jewish holiday. The teacher said: “I was surprised at how interested all the kids were” (go figure!). And on RH, my daughter brought in a bag of apple slices, honey, and a homemade round challah for the kids’ snack time.
I am not a feminist and I believe in a test drive. Feelings and emotional compatibility go a long ways towards ensuring happiness in the bedroom, but there are some things that are just be glossed over if they are to someone sexually. What could be sexual incompatibility? There are women with a mental revulsion to sexual intercourse, there are men who are impotent, there are people who are asexual—who wants to find out these things on their wedding night? Who wants to spend months or years or forever trying to fix them?
When you upgrade to get your new phone and get a discount you have to renew your contract again for two years. So unless you want to pay retail price it will be 129.99 probably after a 50 mail in rebate. Otherwise you can pay the 300 something and not extend your contract.
not like its a big secret. Nagin wanted a chocolate city and it appears he got one. From what read, many of the victims are illegals.
Thank you for your insight and guidance through these High Holy Days with your teachings both at Beth Messiah and on this site.
I have been especially blessed through the journey as we all have spent our days in Psalms 27,
embracing Adonai as our light and reflecting upon the Glory of His countenance as we met Him each day with a of repentence. Truly His compassion has shone upon us.
As we approach Yom Kippur we can feel His presence heightened. Like you said, Rabbi Silverman, we look forward to the day when all of Israel will embrace Yeshua and return to Light.'
This so reminds me of the prayer in the Borchu.” May You shine a new light on Zion, and may we all speedily merit light. Blessed are You, Hashem, Who fashions the luminaries
My best friend is a Jewish LDS We have a traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner with his family each year, and this year we invited an additional family where the dad is a Jewish to Mormonism (he just replaced me in our bishopric)
been preparing since Friday. Chicken soup with matzo balls, a nice brisket of beef, pomegranates, apples with honey for dipping. The kids all marched around the living room pretending they had shofars.
And the best leftovers!
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