Photo by: Aylee Schneider, an American Jew I met in Tel Aviv from Denver, Colorado // His Description Says: "The most interesting arm I've seen on a non-Jew in a VERY long time. This spells out the letters of God's Holy and ineffable name in English"
Got my winter crop of seeds in the mail from @BotanicalSeeds. Time to go do some planting!
Father son matching outfits Daddy and son gift by COOLLeggings
"Rabbi Aviva Cohen is a 50-something, twice-divorced rabbi living a rather uneventful life in South Jersey. True, she has a family that is rather unconventional. And her first ex-husband is moving to her town. But her life takes a truly interesting - and sinister - turn when she agrees to officiate at the funeral of an unpopular land developer." Read my review of this book here.
Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, a Japanese Zen priest belonging to the Soto lineage, came to San Francisco in 1959 at the age of fifty-four. Already a respected Zen master in Japan, he was impressed by the seriousness and quality of "beginner's mind" among Americans he met who were interested in Zen and decided to settle here. He was undoubtedly one of the most influential Zen teachers of his time.
'Picturesque and Curious' Out for an anniversary stroll with his girlfriend Louis Schneider had to step "a bit over the edge" to capture this shot of the Manneporte a rock formation in Étretat France. The area has attracted photographers and artists for well over a century: "The cliffs at Étretat are among the most interesting on the French coast" reads a 1915 National Geographic magazine article "The Beauties of France." "Étretat is a noted resort especially affected by artists and literary…