Follow-up (14.40) Tea With God

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UPDATE… 14/40
From the desk of Rabbi Brian

UPDATE… Tea with God
The newsletter yesterday asked you to participate in a spiritual-religious exercise imagining yourself having tea with God.  (A few of you e-mailed that you substituted coffee or beer. That’s awesome.)
Based on the number of comments I got, it seemed that lots of people really liked the exercise.
Here’s what fascinating to me: On Sunday, as I do on every Sunday, I reviewed the newsletter.  And, I thought, “Yikes, I just don’t like this one.” I considered pulling it altogether.  I considered putting a caveat at the top, “I’m not sure if this is a good article, read at your own risk.”
But I had too much else to do, so I just scheduled it to send assuming that if it weren’t good, heck, it’s The 77% Weekly and I don’t need to hit a home-run all the time.
This follow-up is to remind you (and me) of the spiritual-religious truth: you just don’t know if you don’t try. 
How true. How true.
-RB
 

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