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“One of the basic rules of the universe is that nothing is perfect. Perfection simply doesn’t exist…..Without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist” ― Stephen Hawking

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“One of the basic rules of the universe is that nothing is perfect. Perfection simply doesn’t exist…..Without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist” ― Stephen Hawking

Freedom to Celebrate Resilience

How can each person deal with the layers of complexity and chaos in our global society?  We are dealing with a phenomenon that is affecting us globally, however we each live in a different part of the globe, in countries and even regions of countries that are affected somewhat differently, and the leaders of each place choose to deal with the problem and its consequences in different ways…

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The Spy Who Came in From the Cold

That was a great novel by one of my favorite writers, John le Carré, but the spy I am talking about was actually a whole nest of spies who came in from the cold and settled in the washing machine of one of our neighbors.  The culinary appetite of these spies was very peculiar…

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Only in Israel

Recently I was surprised to learn that in Israel, in contrast to all other countries around the world, the Rorschach test is still used extensively…

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Chaos

Yes, we live in chaos today. The word pops up a few times a day in radio, TV, and newspaper articles. We experience uncertainty in our daily life and our ability to function. The need to adjust constantly to new instructions and realities is daunting.

But no, I am not referring to that kind of chaos…

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The healing power of nature

The sun was shining today and the air was so fresh, I could not resist the temptation to sit outside and look at the peaceful view, see the trees move slightly in the gentle breeze, and listen to the chatter of the birds…

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Then and Now

The instructions were to use strips of masking tape to secure the windows.  Prepare the “safe room” with emergency provisions, snacks, games, a portable radio, a pail of water, and rags to place under the door in order to prevent the poison gas from entering the room…

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