PREPENT DAY 34+35: Become a Mensch in 11 minutes with help from our 2,000 year old wisdom + one brand new awesome film.

PREPENT DAY 34+35
Tishrei 5-6 5776  – September 18-19 2015
NYC
MENSCH
“On the Jewish spiritual path, taking and keeping your place as a pilgrim on the way of ascent is much more important than reaching the peak. This is why students of Mussar have traditionally been called …

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PREPENT DAY 33: Reconcile a rift today with advice from a Zen Master on how to hug + a tip from one new friend with a knack for special Cupcakes.

PREPENT DAY 33
Tishrei 4 5776 – September 17 2015
NYC
 
Sometimes a cupcake, in the right context, goes further than an olive branch that you did not even know you needed.
S. and I messed up our friendship before it even began. The perils of digital reality is that when you meet…

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PREPENT DAY 32: Not Eight Zeros: Change your passwords for safety and as spellwords with intentions for a better you this year.

PREPENT DAY 32
Tishrei 3 5776  – September 16 2015
NYC
I installed a fingerprint recognition security option on my iphone and only my thumb can open it, much to my kids fascination and frustration. I thought about this as the words from the liturgy described the Book of Life and how …

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PREPENT DAY 31: “Just do your best” my son’s advice while playing soccer helps me take on one seriously play-focus commitment for the year – on its first day.

PREPENT DAY 31
Tishrei 1 5776  – September 15 2015
NYC
Yesterday afternoon, after moving music and powerful prayers with old and new friends, after shedding the crumbs of regret into the lake in Central Park and after a lovely family lunch, my son and I went to a nearby playground to …

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PREPENT DAY 30: Activate today the hebraic pagan healing ritual to highlight & delete transgressions. Bring your own breadcrumbs.

PREPENT DAY 30
Elul 30 5775  – September 14 2015
NYC
We can’t turn back the clock. We can’t take back the words we’ve said or written after we’ve hit ‘send’ and we can’t reverse the violence we’ve inflicted on ourselves and others.
But we can take responsibility for our wrong behavior, make…

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