The first days of Pesach have come and gone. The four cups of wine were poured and consumed, the mah nishtana asked, the front door opened to greet Elihayu haNavi. Our new home was filled with the sounds and smells of family and holiday togetherness. It was wonderful.
Having guests is a big mitzvah. We learn in the Talmud that it’s one of the few mitzvos that we can enjoy the fruits of in this world, yet the principle is still intact in the World to Come. So it’s kind of a big deal. It can be inspiring, enjoyable, entertaining. But what happens when… Continue reading Having Guests – A Pleasure or a Pain?
One thing I absolutely love about blogging is receiving emails from readers. So, when I received a request to participate in the Women Who Inspire Us Series, I was over the moon. Today’s post is the twelfth in the Women Who Inspire Us Series. You can read the previous posts here. You may also want to subscribe… Continue reading Women Who Inspire Us #12: My Chinese Teacher