I’m Throwing It Out There!

To date, I published 120 blog posts!

To those who have been along for part or all of the ride, my heart felt thanks is due to you!

I have been humbled by the responses! The comments that have poured in have been a source of inspiration and they have motivated me to keep going!

Now it’s your turn! I’m asking, “What would you like to hear about? What tickles your fancy?”.

I’m totally open to anything that you want to hear about.

Actually, you will be helping me. I need some good spine tingling material! In other words, I am experiencing writer’s block.

So pour it on, nothing is out of bounds!

But remember, I have the power of editorial!

16 comments

  1. Divrei Torah, please. Keep the posts coming!! 🙂

  2. Baruch Lederman · · Reply

    Was there ever a time you wished you would have died in the accident?
    I know this is super dark, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you don’t post it; but it is something I have wondered.

    A somewhat less dark but also difficult thing, I would be interested in the positive and negative effects your situation has had on your children.

  3. Lauren Shaps · · Reply

    I would love to hear more about your years before the accident: high school, yeshiva, how you met Shaindel and knew that she was the one. We are so inspired by who you are today. Pls tell us how you got to where you are, how you developed such incredible inner strength and drive and what we can do to gain an ounce or two of your determination.

    1. Zev Singer · · Reply

      That’s a great idea. Lauren Shaps is on the money. And that’s worth a few dozen blog posts.

    2. wow! that should make for a great post!

  4. beryl · · Reply

    it seems that ego seems to be getting in people’s way and I see it in others but now it’s time to take responsibility and look at myself and try to take my ego to a better and more responsible level. How is that possible?? Having been with my family this weekend, I’ve seen some tough times come out of others. it’s very disturbing . and yet it’s not my duty to comment and yet do I stay silent?? Hard choices not only for them but for me ?? Just a thought. What do you think??

    1. These seem to be intriguing thoughts. But I will clarification to comment. Will you be so kind as to expand a bit on your thoughts.

  5. Tovah · · Reply

    I would love to hear about any tips/advice you have for health care professionals, either on coming into homes or on Orthodoxy or on quadriplegics. Whatever part of your magnificent brain you’re willing to share.

    1. I do have thoughts on these topics. I’ll try to address them!

  6. Sharon from NY · · Reply

    I would like to hear your take on the lack of inclusion of Jews with disabilities in the Jewish community and how your feelings about this have changed (if they have) since your accident. My husband, who is a brilliant guy, has Cerebral Palsy and when he was growing up no Hebrew School (or Day School for that matter) would take him. His disability is physical alone- he has two Masters degrees and writes brilliantly. In order to prepare for his Bar Mitzvah his parents had to find a private tutor. Shabbos Naso will be the 50th anniversary of his Bar Mitzvah. He will chant Haftorah and deliver his original speech… with some additions. Just a thought for you.

    1. I’m so sorry for your husband’s terrible experiences of exclusion for no good reason. It saddens me to hear that these things happened. I shudder to think how I would have fared if I had to grow up with your husbands unfortunate challenges.
      I think this a great topic for exposer. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Rivki Lederface · · Reply

    how ’bout eskimos and inukshuks… they make great conversation topics.

    1. Inuit in Canada 🙂

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