Monday, October 03, 2005

Is it considered wasting time??

I have so much to do...and I'm not in the mood to accomplish anything. I'm just reading over my sermon and going over readings. Not really getting much done.

I don't know why I even came to work today. I keep forgetting that I like to take the day before the holiday begins to get in the mood. Budgets, programming strategies, attendance projections -- it can all wait. I've got a really important date to keep starting tonight -- and I don't want to keep the Big Guy waiting!!


L'shana Tovah T'kateivu
What shall I wish you for the
New Year besides health, happiness,
peace and prosperity?
I wish you the ability to choose
what is good for you.
I wish you the wisdom to distinguish
between what you
want and what you need.
I wish you the power of appreciating
what you already have.
I wish you the inner peace that
allows you to spend some time
each day doing nothing.
I wish you the self-esteem and
self-confidence that enable you
to witness the success of others
without envy.
I wish you dear ones who
respond to your love and at
least one person whom you
can trust unconditionally.
Joshua O.Haberman


Very best wishes for a happy and peaceful new year. May this be a sweet year for you and your loved ones!

1 comment:

Daniel said...

Hi,
I discovered your blog when trying to find guitar chords for "Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu" :-)

Your post on July 28th of this year mentions that you mastered playing the song on guitar. This is good news, hopefully, because I am desperate to learn it and I can't find many sources (or correct chords for that matter) anywhere online. Do you mind sending me the chord progression please? My email is dlhurwitz@gmail.com

Thanks so much! I would really appreciate it.

L'Shanah Tovah,
~Dan