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  • MLK and paving the way

    When Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. asked Rabbi Everett Gendler to help in Albany, GA., Gendler replied, “Even though my furniture had not yet arrived, I felt the need to respond to Rev. King’s prophetic appeal to conscience.” He walked hand …

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  • Interviewed by The Knockturnal

    The Don’t Block Your Blessings Festival , produced by Erez Safar, is a one of a kind virtual music festival that will be held on Valentine’s Day 2021. The festival will feature musicians, artist, and healing. Attendees will be able to enter different virtual rooms attending talks, …

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  • Snapping out of it

    Music has been a massive healing tool for me over the years. Feeling good comes in waves, if you hit a funk, it’s important to have ways to get yourself out. For some it’s being in nature, seeing the grand grace …

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  • Erez Safar (DBYB Founder) speaks on Clubhouse

    I’ve always been terrified to speak in public and when I say public I mean even a few people at a table, I don’t know what it is, but it’s just a fear, and I have avoided it for so …

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  • Keep your glory, gold, and glitter

    ‘Keep your glory, gold, and glitter’ and let it shine! A truly creative genius and prolific force. Salute to the Supervillian Let’s all take inspiration from him; don’t limit your imagination, or possibilities, or the universes that you create Words …

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  • Recap from our weekly “#CheatCodes to Happiness” conversations on Clubhouse

    In case you missed todays  “#CheatCodes to Happiness // Don’t Block Your Blessings✨” conversation on Clubhouse, here’s King Moon’s recap;  Join the conversation weekdays from 1-2pm PST, link on the top of this homepage! CH: HOW TO NOT BLOCK YOUR BLESSINGS 101 (the …

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  • Heather Prete’s session at our Don’t Block Your Blessings Festival

    I’m so beyond grateful that Heather Prete ran a session in the Healing room last night as part of the Don’t Block Your Blessings festival! You could watch the entire session below; <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/xoWsDLRN1IM” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; …

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  • Zusha sings for the last moments of her soul’s ascension

    I still remember having to switch my flight to get back to DC being so scared that I wouldn’t make it in time to say bye to my mom for the last time. I freaked out and tried to think …

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  • sculptures, paintings & accordions

    My mom taught Talmud to women, made sculptures, painted, played accordion and became a partner/CPA at a firm in DC … I mean, she was badass. I see her in my kids and I’m thankful for that. I can’t not …

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  • Finding my moms full name in ancient text

    I’m still blown away by this; at shacharit (prayer) this morning, I was learning some mishnah to elevate my mom’s soul on high, and her name is right there in the mishnah! #FridaTzipor💜🙌🏽

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  • It’s the people not like us, that make us grow

    In a TED talk that is just as relevant today as it was right after the last Presidential election,  Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks speaks on ‘How we can face the future without fear, together’ .  He begins, “We’ve seen divisive elections, divided societies and the growth of extremism — all fueled by anxiety and …

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  • If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change

    If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. My mom always had a positive outlook and judged everyone favorably, Reb Nosson speaks about this at length in Halacha Aleph in Likutei Halachot. I’ll …

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  • All that we crave and need is love and support in its many manifestations

    All that we crave and need is love and support in its many manifestations. My mom always gave me that, every song I made, every poem I wrote, every show I played. Her and my Savta and my entire Yemenite …

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  • Hands down my fav person in the world

    Hands down my fav person in the world, I am all that I am (which I hope is just light and love), because of my mom. Thank you Hashem for all these precious moments right now.

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  • A Poem for Ema

    Sometimes words and music is the only way to express or let your feelings out, so that you could live in them in a bearable way… I wrote this last night, as I was slipping into slumber, thinking about my …

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  • En route to DC to visit my mom

    En route to DC to visit my mom (& sister). Unfortunately my mom is not doing well, I’ve been praying and saying Tehillim in hopes of the spiritual world intervening with this physical world for her rn. Feels weird to …

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