Pick a, b, or c and have fun!!
The other day I was ________ and I was reminded about very deep mussar concept that is usually overlooked.
a) thinking about Star Wars
b) listening to an old hardcore punk rock album
c) reading either R Hirsch or R Dessler
Interestingly enough this concept was manifested in something my kids _______ last night before bedtime.
I was then reminded of a story about ________ that had a profound impact on me when I was becoming Torah observant.
a) R Yisrael Salanter
b) R Nachman of Breslov
The story has to do with how we use our ________ to the best of our abilities.
b) unique talents
c) free wireless connections
This lesson isn’t really focused on so much in ________, but really starts at home.
a) the yeshiva/day school system
b) most blogs
c) your average kehillah
I guess, in the end, getting to know yourself can be a pretty difficult job. Thanks for reading. An actually post will be popping up soon.
Neil! I miss you! We have to catch up some time soon!
It’s a great and hilarious post. It poses the question about whether or not we makes ourselves into cliches of ourselves, with formulaeic postings and trite repetitiveness. Great question. Those of us who write should be sure to keep speaking from teh heart and not just “writing on automatic.”
Rafi, thanks for the constant commetns.
trspr: Awaiting a guest post
DY: Glad you saw the humor. Most us have “soapboxes” of one sort or another. As I told someone a few months ago, “at times I feel my postings are kind of like making a smoothie with only three different fruits. There’s only so many combinations.”
You still have to pick a b or c…
c, b, a, b, a. Woo!
I like what DY said. 🙂
This is my automatic comment.
Thanks, a little fun never hurts.