KE Blog

What’s the Point

Their mantra became, “Am I making any progress?” Over a long summer it is wonderful to find projects that can engage your children. I was over at a friend’s house and saw their daughter meticulously placing tiny colored dots on a pre-made surface to fill in as an overlay and

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Cohort 1 Rosenbaum Fellows

It is Graduation Time!

This weekend, we are hosting the Rosenbaum Fellows in Transformative Kabbalah for the culminating retreat of their Fellowship experience. We are thrilled to welcome David, Vanja, Matthew, William, Mina, Aaron, and Nicole to Colorado and to certify them as Teachers of Transformative Kabbalah. It was a leap of faith to

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original skin cover

Original Skin: The Human Masquerade (an excerpt)

by Dr. David Sanders “Your epidermis is showing!” My initial reaction to that childhood tease was embarrassment and a quick survey of my clothes. Once the secret was revealed, the sting of the taunt had little effect. Later in childhood I learned that skin was another surprise answer, this time

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travel

Pause. Adventure. Change.

by Melanie Gruenwald I’ve been reflecting on the value of pause, adventure and a change in scenery. PAUSE. My 14-year-old son has become an avid cyclist, and I try to keep in shape so I can take on miles with him. I love to ride with him, with my husband,

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Exit Wounds

Exit Wounds

by Dr. David Sanders All the world’s a stage, All insults and injuries perpetrated, Have their entrances and exit wounds, And children have endured them all.   I wrote these words last Yom Kippur to inspire those attending services to retract the “parts” they played falsely. The phrase “exit wounds”

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wordle alien

37%

by Dr. David Sanders Are you risk averse or do you welcome risk? Do you weigh your options or just go for it? My daughters and I been playing WORDLE for almost 3 months. We settled on starting to solve the word puzzle with the word ALIEN each time. At

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