Monthly Archives: March 2009

Why I Didn’t Write a Random Musing Last Week

Wow-I really thought, now that I am semi-unemployed, having lost some of my teaching and family/teen programming work at one synagogue, I’d have more time on my hands-especially to do things like write, blog, etc. As I have discovered before … Continue reading

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Write-In Candidate for Amherst Town Meeting (Precinct 3)

Adrian A. Durlester, Write-In Candidate for Amherst Town Meeting Be sure to vote on Tuesday, March 31, 2009! Statement of Adrian A. Durlester, Write-in candidate for Amherst Town Meeting Precinct 3. Though a newcomer to Amherst I believe strongly in … Continue reading

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Random Musing before Shabbat – Vayakhel-Pekudei 5769 There Are Some Things You Just Have To Do Yourself

I’ll admit it – I’m not the best when it comes to delegating. Oh, to be like Moshe Rabbeinu, and have at my disposal  talented craftspeople and artisans upon whom I can always depend. Often, I have people to help … Continue reading

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Random Musing Before Shabbat -Tetzaveh 5769 -Something Still Doesn’t Smell Quite Right

Tetzaveh is a very rich portion, and over the years, I’ve mined it for many interesting musings.  I;ve written about the "Do clothes make the man?" question regarding the priestly vestments. I’ve expounded on G"d’s promise to "dwell among us." … Continue reading

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Why Are We So Far Behind the Technology Curve?

In this day and age, even the poorest and smallest of public and private schools seems to have, at a minimum, one computer in a  classroom. Many schools are well beyond that minimal level. While some of the technology is … Continue reading

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