Farewell and Be Well

Hi everyone,

I’ll be taking this blog down pretty soon, since there doesn’t seem to be much interest any more and it takes considerable time and energy to post my material.

It’s a passion and labor of love if there’s interest, but if not, then it’s time to call it a day. I guess it ran its course.

Rav Brachot (Abundant Blessings). It was a pleasure to interact and get to know you. Many thanks for reading and commenting. 💙💙💙

25 thoughts on “Farewell and Be Well

    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Thank you, Jane!! I’m pretty overwhelmed by life right now, so maybe I’ll just take a short break. I’m deeply grateful for your interest, support and participation. ❤️

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  1. Phil Sutherland

    Sorry to hear! I have really enjoyed your writing. I love to read your posts. Things have really been hectic with us and I have not had as much time to comnent. But, your blog is really appreciated!

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Thank you, Phil! Your ongoing support and participation from the start of my journey has meant so much to me. I am forever grateful for your presence and appreciation. I’ll leave the blog up for now and take a little time to regroup. 🖖

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      😢 Thank you for your presence and support. I’m glad our paths crossed and we had a chance to connect. I’ve been getting some supportive comments, so mabye I’ll just take a hiatus. 🖖

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Thank you so much…I’ve enjoyed getting to know you and I’m grateful for your presence on this journey with me. I”m going to rethink it and will leave the blog up for now. 🖖

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Thank you, Miriam…your presence and support is very much appreciated! I’ll just leave the blog here while I regroup and think it over some more. ❤️

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  2. shaina

    I am deeply saddened and will miss your Midrashim. They are very meaningful to me and the only thing I have to look forward to in my life that is joyful. You are the most soulful woman that I have ever met. I love your writing, research, creativity, sense of humor and compassion. You have a flair for writing. Your writing is informative and flowery. It is a paradox. You have a deep sense of fairness and equatiblity. You level the playing field so all of of can participate in your beautiful blogs. I am grieving over the end of this magnificent blog that was like a friend to me. I hope that Hashem comforts us both. I love you forever, Abi. Thanks.

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Shaina, words cannot express how much your support and participation means to me since I began this journey. I will cherish your words as a blessing, always. I too am grieving so many things right now, but your words bring me comfort. I will leave this blog up for now. I love you too…and I thank you abundantly for all the honor you have bestowed upon me. ❤️

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  3. Take a break and come back to us renewed. Life catches up with every blogger sooner or later, and we all end up taking at least short breaks.

    I don’t comment as much as I’d like to because some of your readers get deep into Jewish terminology and even using Hebrew, so I feel lost in that part of the conversation. Your posts are always wonderful though and you truly have the heart of a teacher. This Gentile has learned quite a bit from you and I think your blog is a chance to build more bridges between Jews and other cultures.

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Aww…Silk Cords. I feel deeply blessed by your comment and support. I’m so glad we had the opportunity to meet through WP. “The heart of a teacher” is a great compliment — I love ❤️teaching Jewishly and building bridges. I will take a break and just go with the flow. Thank you for being here with me. 🌷

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  4. I’m always interested…
    Maybe take a break as you said. You have to do what’s best for you…
    I’ll be sad to never see any of these posts, but all you’ve written here has definitely been helpful – thank you!!!! I think I’ve already said it to you before. It’s helped me accept Judaism as a separate entity to the culture I’ve grown up in. Which is good. Because Judaism itself is gorgeous.
    Sending hugs and peace your way…

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    1. The Wild Pomegranate (Abi)

      Aww…thank you so much for your interest and support, Eliza!! I am honored that I could have a positive impact. I understand what you mean — sadly, I think the culture of religion often has a negative impact. Peace and hugs backatcha! 👍🌻😊

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