Tag: Shabbos

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Deadlines are malleable, flexible. Most people recognize, after a lifetime of “fake” deadlines, that deadlines are really just artificial targets, goals rather than ultimatums. If not outright falsehoods, deadlines are at least “padded”; think of the admonition to “arrive 2 hours before the flight.” These deadlines are a way of forcing people to get their […]

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I spent a perfect Shabbos evening with fellow Ricochetti iWc and family this past Friday. The meal was beyond compare, all prepared and by young Miss iWc, and served by all the family. Would that every young woman was so gracious, and skilled. Everything was delicious but the Apple Cake and Brownies were exceptionally exquisite! Beginning […]

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It’s Friday night. My family is gathered around our dining room table. The china and silverware gleam, offset by a white tablecloth. There is a nice bottle of wine — the adults aren’t driving tonight, no one has anywhere else to be — and the wineglasses capture the light of the candles on the sideboard. […]

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