Thursday, September 29, 2011


     It's the new year for all the Jewish people out there.  To ensure a sweet and good new year one should eat apples and honey.  But we never say honey and apples.  Never ever.  Word order matters.  It just does.
     In the sermon I listened to last night the rabbi discussed fear and humility.  Humility is an important thing to remember, and an even more important quality to have.  One of the best role models I've had for humility was my mother and the other is my paternal grandma.  Those two women rocked the house, but they never acted like they knew how extraordinary they were...
     The co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, David Packard said: "You shouldn't gloat about anything you've done; you ought to keep going and find something better to do."
     Happy New Year!

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