One of my favorite keyboard shortcuts is Ctrl + Z. It instantly deletes the last action you took. Put a wrong word in, hit Ctrl + Z, it’s gone…just like it never happened.

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I really appreciate my Rabbi. I asked this man so many questions the mere fact he could tolerate it seemed to be a sign of a relationship with God in and of itself. One of the things I really appreciated about him was that he was able to meet me at my understanding level. My questions may have seemed really stupid at times. Others often could not give very good answers or at least answers I could understand. One person I asked even said she doubted I really didn’t know the answer to some of the things I asked, but I really did have questions even if others did not understood how I could in regard to some things.

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One summer I was mowing the yard with my mom and at some point I heard her yell “run!” I quickly abandoned the lawnmower and ran up the hill and around the house and opened the back door for my mother who was running significantly slower than I was. I helped her into the house and got her something to drink after she claimed down. I didn’t see the threat before running but I didn’t need to and as it turned out as my assumption regarding the reason behind her instruction was correct.

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I was searching for something to give my Rabbi and his wife. I loved them very much so I just wanted to give something. I found his wife a pretty lacy kippah for ladies that had pearl colored beads in it which I really thought was very beautiful and something she would like.

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