Ethical will: Loving-kindness

In composing my ethical will, I usually find myself resistant to including entries that should, according to my sensibilities, be self-evident. That’s not to say that I personally exemplify any of these self-evidently positive traits; rather, it is to say that I wish I did. On the other hand, my ethical will is, by default, […]

Ethical will: Loving-kindness

Ben Alexander writes here about his ethical will. This article gives you a perspective as well as a brief insight into Judaism technical terms. As i read his posts sometimes I learn new words describing Judaism customs and cultural background. His verse is also beautiful. I recommend you to visit his site and follow it.

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#bookreview I have no idea…

#bookreview I have no idea why I am unable to see clearly what the Friday posting each week might be! Today it seemed very easy to find out the answer to my just wondering… moment. There’s always plenty to read again or to find I somehow missed at the time. (The sidebar links are accessible and easy to use!) Many of earlier readings. Refreshing. I’m going now, a Bank Holiday Weekend here in the UK for us monotheists and polytheists, heathens and April Fools so now I’ve completed a short stint of my own tag/cat tidying & to-do time, read a little I’m outa here to enjoy… whatever next. (Coffee! My insomnia phases seemed linked to no or little coffee. i’m not an addict, i just can’t live without … coffee! – although dandelions substitute nicely but I ran out long, long, ago.

And of course it is now a time of special significance for so many if not all. Sincerely Wishing a very Happy Easter Time to you and yours.
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