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Inspirational Quote 10.1.15: Unending Love

  [Editor] I encountered this prayer/poem/song during a High Holy Day service last week. It was new to me, and I found it incredibly comforting.   An Unending Love We are loved by an unending love. We are embraced by arms that find us even when we are hidden from ourselves. We are touched by

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Inspirational Quote 8.20.15: death of a beautiful being

I don’t really enjoy experiencing pain. No one does. But we will become less human if we learn to detach ourselves from one another to the point that when we experience death of a beautiful being (our mothers, our fathers, our sisters, our brothers, our soul mates, our friends etc.) that it will not bother

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Inspirational Quote for 7.9.15: Gifts of grace

“Gifts of grace come to all of us. But we must be ready to see and willing to receive these gifts. It will require a kind of sacrifice, the sacrifice of believing that, however painful our losses, life can still be good — good in a different way then before, but nevertheless good. I will

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Inspirational Quote 6.11.15 On the Death of her Husband

[Editor: Susan Sandberg, COO of Facebook and author of Lean In lost her husband Dave Goldberg in a tragic accident last month that received worldwide coverage. Last week she posted a long discussion the death of her husband on Facebook. The link to the entire post is below this quotation from it]. Today is the end of

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Inspirational Quote for 1.29.15: grieving for her daughter

America has be riveted by the podcast called “Serial,” a spinoff of the popular NPR series “This American Life.” Serial’s  Season 1 is an investigation into the 1999 Murder of Hae Min Lee, an 18-year-old student at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore, Maryland. She was last seen about 3 p.m. on January 13, 1999. Her corpse was discovered

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