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Why I Love Being a Jew (-ish Yoga Teacher) by Kat R. Posted Mon 23 Jan 2012 9:03am Good morning all! Well, yesterday’s run didn’t go so well. Unfortunately, the stabbing pain in my side returned, so instead of a four mile run, it was a 3.37 walk/run. I did my best, and have to let go of the rest. Today, we’re headed to the most magical place on earth – DISNEYWORLD!! YAHOO!!! Speaking of magical… One thing Ant and ... Read on »
A Breif Overview Regarding Religion and Infertility by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:12pm I believe that quite a few infertile couples who are religious often have to struggle with how far "can they go" with infertility treatments before they are going against their beliefs. I found this article that examines very briefly several religious out looks regarding IVF, IUI and other forms of infertility treatments.   Sharon LaMot ... Read on »
Present Jewish provides And Judaica for the Loving One! by Chloe Posted Wed 30 May 2012 3:57am At the time at any time you are trying to find for an beautiful choice of Jewish provides and memorabilia you genuinely ought to become effectively common acquiring a reputed Judaica store. The reputed Judaica stores seek out to satisfy every one of one's Judaica, Jewish provides and all ritual needs. most widely used Judaica stores almost defi ... Read on »
Conflict-The God Kind! by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 9:30pm "My thoughts are nothing like your thoughts," says the LORD. "And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine." (Isaiah 55:8 NLT) Beautiful One, there is something wondrous about life; something beautiful and worth having. However, life is sometimes painful and hard to figure out. It can leave us scratching our heads. ... Read on »
Mayim Bialik's Latest Role: Green Mom by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:02pm We know her as Blossom, that spunky adolescent on that eponymous sitcom. But since the series ended in 1995, Mayim Bialik, now 33, has truly blossomed. She’s earned a neuroscience Ph.D. from UCLA, married her college sweetheart, taken on more acting roles, and had two sons. It was that latter development that led her to be the spokesperson for H ... Read on »
THIS STORY MAKES ME SAD……… by Triumph Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 12:00am Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him. Children born to a young man are like sharp arrows in a warrior’s hand Psalm 127: 3 & 4 "HOPE MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE" There are so many sad stories in the news today, and I am sure we all know by now, that if we need a lift in our s ... Read on »
WTC Eliminates Jewish Athletes From Kona 2011 by IronBrandon Posted Thu 11 Nov 2010 7:11am Posted by Brandon on Nov 11, 2010 | From Coach Jeff… Last week when checking race dates for 2011 I was made  aware that The World Triathlon Organization had scheduled The Ironman World Championships on Yom Kippur, October 8,2011. For t ... Read on »
"How Can Dalai Be A Jewish Conservative???" by Dr. Dalai Medical Doctor Posted Sat 02 Jun 2012 3:44pm Disclaimer Number One: This is a non-PACS post. If that bothers you, skip on to some of my older work. Disclaimer Number Two: This post favors conservative thinking. If you are a Left-Wing Nut Job (definition: someone who calls conservatives Right-Wing Nut Jobs) please leave now. You won't like what you see.  This is a post I've been want ... Read on »
The Zamenhof Legacy by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:35pm It was a noble idea. When L._L._Zamenhof developed the artificial language known as Esperanto, he intended it as a method of international communication to promote peaceful coexistence among nations (the name of the language stems from a word meaning "hopeful"). He devoted the greater part of his life to promoting Esperanto' s use and waived ... Read on »