Tag Archives: Jewish

The grand finale – Part I

If you thought this post is about my own finale, you’d be right. Those of you who hoped it was a teasing headline about something else may be disappointed, but hopefully not saddened. It’s not a gloomy post, I promise, but … Continue reading

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Sea-salted star-stuff… gifts and miracles

“The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.” ― Carl Sagan I’d like to share something written by my friend Rebecca (with an acknowledged nod to Carl Sagan), who is still in … Continue reading

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31 Fresh Marrows!

Tuesday 11 December sees me up with the lark, around 7:30. A rare occurrence these days. I’m on my way to the Medical School at Nottingham University, linked to the Queens Medical Centre, just three miles down the road, to … Continue reading

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Shabbat shalom

In Jewish tradition, Friday night is the beginning of Shabbat (the Sabbath), and cause for a weekly celebration which of course involves food… If you know anything about Judaism, you’ll know that everything involves food! I’m not at all religious … Continue reading

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The other side of the coin

In my post entitled ‘On living and dying‘ in March this year, I wrote about what living meant for me at that time. The other side of the Living coin is of course, Dying. They’re completely connected and integrated for … Continue reading

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