...And the conversation somehow drifted to 'Al Tishali Oti'. Declared one blogger, "If I was the sabra, I wouldn't post so cryptically'. "If I was the sabra", said another, "I wouldn't use so many Hebrew & Yiddish words." Another blogger chimed in, "If I owned 'Al Tishali Oti', I would be more consistent with colors n content." "I wouldn't be sarcastic to commenters", muttered another, darkly. One blogger added not. "I have nothing to say, for 'To know the sabra is to be the sabra'."
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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The piece is so perfect. I love each part of it. On a personal level it let me connect to a piece of your life. On a reader level, I could really understand the concepts and felt like I was in the room, it was packed with imagery. On a fellow avodanik, I am amazed and excited at how you worked to connect all the details of your life to Torah. I too worked very hard to connect Tishrei with what I am going through but what I love about both is that the dots are so closely connected, there is no "I worked really hard to find a connection" going on .
I really felt inspired to share it, with myself and with others.
This incredible response just brightened me (and my week/phase) up to an unimaginable degree.