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Prayers and Words of Faith For Patients, Families and Friends by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Nov 2013 5:58am Introduction by Bob Aronson One thing that all transplant patients, caregivers, donors, donor families and many friends have in common is health care institutions.  We all spend inordinate amounts of time in them for blood tests, X-rays, bone tests, MRIs and ECGs along with endless paperwork. At some point you begin to fe ... 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 »
Ping Pong Life by Rebecca .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm I’ve dropped from cyberspace because I’ve been the human equivalent of the ball in a ping pong game of health and sickness. I’m not complaining. For the first time in months—well, years—I’m bouncing into periods of relatively good health. Then, when the chemo gets a chance to deliver a serve, it’s usually an ace, and I spend a week rather ... Read on »
“Sometimes I think, when it gets too quiet up there, You say to Yourself, ‘What kind of mischief can I play on My fr by Single Dad Posted Tue 14 Sep 2010 11:01pm I am traveling for the first time since my ruptured disc. It is a big deal for several reasons. First, I have not believed that I could drive too far nor sit in an airplane too long. Second, I really needed some time away. As to the first, now I know that sitting in an airplane is still not good for my leg. I’ve been limping since I got here, a ... Read on »
consumerism and the durability of things by Beth H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Aug 2013 10:02pm In 1998, the bike shop I worked at sold US-made messenger bags by a company called RELoad. The bags were made one at a time on industrial sewing machines by one of four sewers based in Philadelphia. Each bag used high-grade Cordura on the outside and was lined with thick, tough truck tarp, making the bags not only bombproof but waterproof as wel ... Read on »
Prayer Works Wonders by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:07pm I say a silent prayer, nearly a million times a day...being the parent of a special needs child, and being surrounded by so many others on the same journey...you tend to form that silent bond, creating a "family", if you will, that you ask to be looked over from afar. I am not one to discuss my religious views...always been told not to tal ... Read on »
Mi She Berach by elizabeth Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 3:00pm I learned this Jewish prayer and listened to this song, today, from fellow bloggers Single Dad and Claire.  I offer it to my Sophie, for my Sophie, for Single Dad's father and for Claire and her Sophie. Mi she berach avoteinu, M'kor hab'racha l'imoteinu May the source of strength, Who blessed the ones before us Help us find ... Read on »
JKP Barsana Dham attends the first Hindu-Jewish Solidarity Day by Donna T. Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 6:32am Today's Cover Story of the Indo-American News reports on the Recent Hindu-Jewish Solidarity Day, which was held in Houston. For full article and pictures, please visit the following link: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=39209&id=122543854435563 When leaders of the Hindu and Jewish communities ca ... Read on »
Soul Transparency by Greg Katz Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Oct 2012 10:19am This is probably one of the most personal posts I’ve written, but the experience was so striking I wanted to share it with you.  I was at the park last week and going about my business.  Usually I go to the park to read or do some writing, but I was sitting in my car just thinking about the day when unbeknownst to me, I was being observed. ... Read on »
Honoring Debbie Freidman by Samantha N. Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 7:00am Sunday I heard the news that Debbie Friedman had passed away . Hearing this sad news brought back so many memories of her songs, songs that I learned as a kid and that are still an important part of my life today. On her website , Ms. Friedman is described as a pioneer. Over the course of her distinguished career, legendary American Jewis ... Read on »