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Can You Teach a New Dog Old Tricks?
Our dog Wolfie is definitely an integral part of our family. Some members of our family love him more than others (no names) but he definitely is an important presence for everyone in our home.
What drives us crazy about him, and I'm sure most dog owners can relate, is not the responsibility to feed, walk, clean and care for him, but the way he barks incessantly at anyone who comes in or near the house, especially men. We'll be sitting peacefully on the couch and suddenly the silence and calm is shattered by his loud barking. It is often quite jarring.
I recognize that he does this out of love: he is trying to protect us, the members of his den, from potentially harmful strangers. He is just lacking some basic social skills that I wish he would have picked up in the extensive training that we invested in when we first bought him. Instead, we recently got cited by our mail carrier; "Large, white sheep dog," she called him in her formal, lodged complaint.
In my opinion, the perfect dog would be one who knows how to show love for his family but doesn't disturb the serenity of quiet downtime by barking at every Tom, Dick and squirrel that passes by. But, at this point, as the saying goes, you can't teach an old dogs new social skills. Or boundaries, for that matter.
Studying the recent Torah portion, it seems that this might actually be an issue as old as the good book itself. Apparently, this canine instinct has been vexing us homo sapiens since time immemorial. Case in point: when our ancestors left Egypt, one would have expected the local domesticated pets to have been barking like hyenas. (Continues in comments)
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One of my favourite things about photographing events is meeting all the amazing musicians who take the night to the next level.
Here is the super cool @sharpfiddler In all her glittery splendour ✨
In this weeks Parsha Terumah we learn:
They must make Me a sanctuary, so that I may dwell in their midst. Exodus 25:8
Not “in its midst” but “in their midst”: G‑d told us to make a sanctuary so He may dwell within us. There are three types of sanctuaries included in this commandment: the physical Tabernacle that the Jews built in the desert; the personal, inner sanctuary that each of us must construct out of our lives and our sphere of influence in the world; and finally, the world at large, which we must transform into G‑d’s home.
In all three cases, the task is possible only because we are simply revealing the hidden, true nature of reality. The world at large and everything in it exist only because of the Divine energy pulsing within them, so making the world into a place where Divinity is revealed is simply a matter of removing the obstructions that hide this reality. Similarly, the essence of every one of us is our Divine soul, so making our lives into a Tabernacle for G‑d is nothing more than allowing our inner essence to shine through the excess material baggage we have accumulated during our journey through life.
Happy Chanukah to you and yours ❤️
Chanukah is an interesting holiday. There is a special #mitzvah every day, we say #hallel (praise for the miracles that took place) and yet we continue our regular life - it’s not a holiday like Rosh Hashanah where regular activities are put aside and we spend all day in #synagogue and at holiday feasts.
We just keep going as usual and party at night. Kids have school, work goes on. #Judaism is real, alive, part of us at every moment. It’s not a break from life or something we “do” sometimes or something separate from us; it’s our core identity and Chanukah reminds us of that. 🌟
This is a spot illustration made for that article about #Jewish kids in public schools and their struggles to celebrate Chanukah during #holidayseason .
Thanks for inspiring me to write something @mimumaxi as usual ❤️🙏🌟
The month of Adar that began today is all about joy. And this mezuzah has dolphins—known for their smiles!
We have a responsibility to keep ourselves feeling balanced and happy. Not just going through the motions, but being enthusiastic about our lives. It’s not a small mission, but I know it’s crucial, so I do my best.
What’s something you do to keep yourself smiling? #jewishart#mezuzah#purim#adar#simcha#happiness#shoplocal#judaicaofgreatneck
There is something new we can learn every day 💙
בוקר טוב אחים 💛
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✨Hellooo Greenwich CT ✨
We were so thrilled when the @look_fairfieldcounty team popped up to Westport to visit our paper design studio. So many of our clients are from #greenwichct - and we regularly meet with them in #06830 at their homes, offices, beach homes, or in Manhattan. Yes, knockout #weddinginvitations are our jam, but we love making #mitzvah magic and #birthday bashes. Thank you @chichi_ubina for these glorious photos and Elaine Ubiña for your passion for paper. 💛