“a Goot-ta Vinter” (a Good Winter) to All! post holiday thoughts

posted by Chanoch Ne’eman 23 Tishri 5775 Jerusalem (copyright)

Well the holidays are behind us. I, sorry to say, did not get to do much dancing on Simchat Torah, as I was limping around with an injured foot. I lost my patience with an impossible client on Hoshanna Rabba, and kicked and broke five of her planters. I think this is the second time in the past eleven years or so that I lost my patience like that. Soon after I realized I had hurt my foot in the process. The moral of the story is, you can feel sorry for the mentally disturbed, but do not ever, ever work for them. You will only lose, in many ways. If you realize in the middle of a job that your client is off their rocker, try to cut losses and stop the job as soon as possible. Get out of the quicksand and run away without looking back.

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motto for this week: be your joyful true self, and make new friends.

Yes the holidays have helped put me in touch with my joyful core, and the challenge now is to maintain that joy throughout the year. And with that joy we want to accomplish and also expand our social circles, especially, for those of us who are unmarried, to find spouses soon.

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