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Tool For Tuesday: In A Relationship, Do I Want to Be Right Or Do I Want To Be Happy?

  “Oh I am not going to apologize to him,” my friend Joelle (I wrote about her here) said. “He was wrong. He acted rude. He insulted me.” And yet—it’s three weeks later and almost every day Joelle tells me … Continue reading

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Tool For Tuesday: What Is NOT On Your To Do List?

I got a comment from a student at UCLA who thanked me for my blog post, “If You Feel Like S—t, You’re Being Fertilized to Grow.” She said the posts help her and other students. That makes me grateful. I’m … Continue reading

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Tool For Tuesday: If It’s Hysterical, It’s Historical.

The Pope & The Rabbi Every time a new Pope is elected, there are many rituals in accordance with tradition, but, there is one tradition that very few people know about. Shortly after a new Pope is enthroned, the Chief Rabbi of Rome seeks … Continue reading

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Life 101: Each Semester, New Lessons

The ultimate lesson all of us have to learn is unconditional love, which includes not only others but ourselves as well.” Elizabeth Kubler-Ross We make a mistake, we have to go out and make amends. If we did something wrong, … Continue reading

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Made a Mistake? Ouch. But Didn’t You Learn Something?

There’s a period of life where we swallow a knowledge of ourselves and it becomes either good or sour inside. —Pearl Bailey. Yesterday was the day of doing a moral inventory of ourselves in the Jewish year and I was … Continue reading

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