I kept telling myself that I didn’t want to make any resolutions–I don’t really celebrate secular New Year’s Eve. But something that happened that made me reconsider. Continue reading
It’s a week until Rosh Hashanah, which for Jews means this is the last week of the year.
What a year.
The world has suffered through a lot this year. Looking ahead, I see so much to pray for in the coming year: peace for the world, individual nations, and in our personal lives; rescue for captives; and what in Hebrew we call “Menuchas HaNefesh,” the ability to remain tranquil even when in stormy seas. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
But looking back professionally, I’m profoundly grateful for a very productive year.
Top 5 Things I’m Grateful For This Past Year As a Writer:
1) I’ve published more in the last year than in the prior 38 years of my life combined. Continue reading