The Seder-Mindful Spring Cleaning

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The Seder-Mindful Spring Cleaning

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Excerpts from the soon to be published  The Calm Book , by Tzirelchana; mom and writer devoted to promoting world calmness.

In Hebrew , the word Seder means order. So much of this time of year is about creating order, sometimes  excessively.

My inner teenager, that  pimply kid who still lives in my heart  still wants to throw her socks on the floor and stack her  books  and papers on the window sill. “Its my life and I’ll do what I want,”  is her song. The adult me has to fight back, hard.

And lately my adult has been winning. Just last week, I said goodbye to a carton full of last year’s bestsellers, old copies of my college alumni magazine and other miscellaneous debris including some chometz.

Today, April 2, I feel order  in my home but in my mind, a good space to be in for Pesach when we celebrate our freedom. END

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NYC Jewish Kids April  2010


NYC Jewish Kids April 2010

No Comments 02 April 2010

Are you looking to stimulate your kids with something creative, cultural, and Jewish?

Did you know that the creators of Curious George were a husband and wife team that fled the Nazis in Paris on bicycles in the 40’s?

Sunday , April 11, at 10:30 A.M. create your own watercolor painting with your child  inspired by your own personal journey. TICKETS for Ages 9-12

Take your kids to see the brand new exhibition of the original Curious George artwork entitled

Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret and H.A. Rey

March 14, 2010 – August 01, 2010

The Jewish Museum

1109 5th Ave at 92nd St

New York NY 10128

Sunday April 11, 2010

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