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No Practice. But You Can Practice. May 9, 2021

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“Ramadān Mubarak, Blessed Ramadān!” to anyone who is observing the month of Ramadan. Many blessings, also, to those Counting the Omer.

 

 

“I hope and pray that someone, sometime, will found a memorial mother’s day commemorating her for the matchless service she renders to humanity in every field of life. She is entitled to it.”

 

— the end of 1876 Sunday school lesson by Ann Reeves Jarvis (words that inspired her daughter Anna Maria Jarvis)

 
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms. Check out last year’s blog post about Mother’s Day (which lands in a special way since my mom unexpectedly passed several months later).
 
If you are interested in a more philosophical (date-specific) post, check out last year’s post about José Ortega y Gasset (born today in 1883).
 

Yo soy yo y mi circunstancia, y si no la salvo a ella no me salvo yo.”

[“I am I and my circumstance, and if I don’t save it I don’t save myself.”]

 
 

— quoted from Meditaciones del Quijote (Don Quixote Mediattions) by José Ortega y Gasset

 
There is no class today, but I will be back on schedule (and on Zoom) tomorrow. If you are on my Sunday recording list, I have sent you a copy of last year’s Mother’s Day practice and a copy of last year’s May 9th practice.If you want to be added to my Sunday list (or any other list), please email me or comment below.
 
Playlists are available on YouTube and Spotify. [Look for “Mother’s Day 2020” or “05092020 JOyG”]
 

### PEACE ###

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