Prepent Day 4: My Unsung Airport Hero
Prepent Day 3: Remembering Rabbi Kook
Day 4 on my 40 day journey to return, refocus, recharge and restart before the High Holy Days is up! Check it out and tell me what you think: “My Unsung Airport Hero“ Very excited for Lab/Shul’s fourth season of High Holy Days, back in Tribeca. Click here to join us this fall to restart your year […]
Prepent Day 2: You Had Me at Nice
“Like other visionary leaders, your legacy has been claimed by very different heirs and followers, celebrating and creating wildly diverse realities in the world. You are credited as one of the founding father of the Religious Zionist movement, the first Chief Rabbi of Israel before it became a state, and a great advocate for combining traditional Jewish loyalties with modern secular realities, a man of peace. Also, a vegetarian.”
Prepent Day 1: Let’s Fly
Day 2 on my 40 day journey to return, refocus, recharge and restart before the High Holy Days is up! Check it out and tell me what you think: “You Had Me at Nice“ Very excited for Lab/Shul’s fourth season of High Holy Days, back in Tribeca. Click here to join us this fall to restart your […]
40 Love Letters to Life: WHY I PREPENT
“Remember that Saturday night in NYC, Labor Day Weekend 1991, alone on the Hudson, on the edge of some pier downtown, staring into the dark water? The only time you ever paused for more than a second to consider jumping in and ending the pain already. So afraid to love and so desperate to find it, so lonely on the edge of town.”
Your doctor just called. The procedure is set for 40 days from today. Chances of success are not high. Plan for the worse. How will each day count and matter?
Your lawyer says the court date is set. 40 days from now. Prepare everything and be ready to defend your life. Chances are good but you got to work on it. Go.
Your fiancee found the perfect place for your wedding. Just 40 days away. So much to get done. Let folks know. Choose a diet.
Your rabbi writes a blog, tells you, “In 40 days we will be standing together in the presence of what’s most sacred to our lives.” How will we get ready – body, mind, and soul?
Yesterday, sitting in a busy restaurant in San Fra