We are Unresolved!

Senior Citizens are unresolved. That means they are not finished. They are in transition, going from one place to another. They are in the middle. The term “middle age” gives some hint of their status as seniors.  As I get older, I am discovering more and more things that I don’t understand, especially the changes…

What’s In A Name? The Length of our Days? Let’s Ask Noah!

Shabbat Shalom! During my study of the Torah, the LORD has had me define every name. In Genesis Chapter 5, The LORD also had me look up the generational ages of death. I thought that odd, but I obeyed, and did look up the numbers as I went along. As always, the LORD showed me…

Don’t Miss the Gift

Don’t Miss the Gift “There’s a package at the door! I need to get that package!” Don’t miss the gift. “I ordered your present online. They said it should be here tomorrow.” Don’t miss the gift. “In the beginning was the Word. The Word was with God, and the Word was God.” Don’t miss the…

Super Easy and Super Delicious Challah Bread

Shabbat Shalom! I thought this might be a good time to introduce you to a favorite practice of mine: baking bread–especially Challah bread. This sweet, braided bread is considered a “Shabbat” bread, and is made on Shabbat, around the globe. Challah is a sweet bread, sweetened with sugar or honey. I sweeten mine with honey.…

What Christmas Means to Me

At the time of this writing, it is one week before Christmas 2018. As I am writing this, I am thinking about the meaning of Christmas. For some it is a ‘wonderful time of the year.’ The image of Christmas is usually one of Santa Claus, presents, a Christmas tree, and of course children going…