Daily Archives: January 11, 2019

You Don’t Know Me, But You Don’t Like Me

How do we recognize who our enemies are?  We may desire to be friendly to and on good terms to everyone, but sometimes this is not possible.  To the extent that we are honest about our thoughts and feelings, our … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rebbe

Rebbe:  The Life And Teachings Of Menachem M. Schneerson, The Most Influential Rabbi In Modern History, by Joseph Telushkin This book has received a lot of praise, and it is hard to tell whether that praise is justified.  Even though … Continue reading

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Book Review: Words That Hurt, Words That Heal

Words That Hurt, Words That Heal:  How To Choose Words Wisely And Well, by Joseph Telushkin I wish I would have read this book before I had read his book on ethics.  One of the things that writers often do, … Continue reading

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