Animals, Sacrifices, and a Farmer’s Daughter

Bunny FuFu was the meanest creature I’d ever yet encountered in my very young world.  Those memories are fuzzy now because I was so very young, but I still remember how huge that white rabbit seemed, with red eyes and sharp teeth.  I’d feed him carrots through the mesh of his rabbit hutch, trying not to let him bite my fingers, but Bunny FuFu’s favorite … Continue reading Animals, Sacrifices, and a Farmer’s Daughter

Parshat Tzav for Conversion Candidates

I feel a little guilty that I don’t often address the weekly parsha (Torah reading) in my blog.  Most often, it’s because there are so many wonderful parsha commentaries out there that I don’t feel I have anything unique to share.  Other times it’s because the really deep insights I’d like to share only come on Shabbos and after Shabbos I feel like it’s a … Continue reading Parshat Tzav for Conversion Candidates