Just taking a brief break from de-Passover-ifying my kitchen to say: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOSEP!
Unfortunately because your birthday fell on the 7th day of Passover I am very unlikely to be able to recruit many random strangers to wish you a happy birthday, as is my tradition. Especially since Jews everywhere else in the world have another 24 hours of Passover to live through celebrate. But I would not want you to think I have forgotten. 😉
I think I’ve been sufficiently mushy about our friendship in recent months, including in our 10-year-friendversary post and my 1-year-book-birthday post. But I was flipping through a book of quotes by Rebbe Nachman of Breslev today, and, well, there was one that jumped out at me from the chapter on friendship…
It says: “The world was created in such a way that the pieces you need to complete yourself can be found with your friends. Be his student, and he will be your student.” (Likutei Moharan 24, 7)
It reminded me of a line you wrote in the foreword to LtJ: “…She has always been the teacher, and I have always been the student.”
Not so, my friend.
I have learned more from you than you can imagine.
Thank you for being you, and I hope you’ve been having a wonderful day! Wishing you a year of good news, joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment.
Much love from the Holy Land!
7 thoughts on “It’s That Day Again!”
Well… every day I grow a little wiser 😀
Thanks for your wishes! But i really don’t know what can have you learn from me? 😀
That’s why I said it’s more than you can imagine. 😉
If you want an example of something important I’ve learned from you, I will happily elaborate–after you respond to one or both of my latest impossibly long e-mails. 😛 (Ooh, an incentive!)
Mazel tov / Felicitats, Josep! Sorry for the delay in sending the birthday wishes. Munching on matzah for a week slows me down. 😉
This lady over here had a birthday herself seven days earlier! 😉
Mine was timed perfectly to add to my collection of Pesach desserts. They definitely are tastier than when I was a kid! 😉
Indeed! When I was a kid all we had were macaroons from a can and those chocolate lollipop things.