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When we lived in Monsey, one of my neighbors used to say to me every year, “EK, I love all the cleaning and preparing I do for Pesach; the extra work in order to fulfill these mitzvot brings extra kedushah.”

I must be glowing from all the kedushah I have right now.  Who knew my kitchen was so grungy?  Not to mention what I found in the bottom drawer of EK Son #2’s dresser.  I believe it was once an apple.

Happy cleaning!


REFLECTION, ri-‘flek-shun

1: an instance of reflecting; especially : the return of light or sound waves from a surface; 2: the production of an image by or as if by a mirror; 3: the action of bending or folding back; 4: something produced by reflecting; 5: a thought, idea, or opinion formed or a remark made as a result of meditation; 6: consideration of some subject matter, idea, or purpose; 7(a): a transformation of a figure in which each point is replaced by a point symmetric with respect to a line or plane (b): a transformation that involves reflection in more than one axis of a rectangular coordinate system



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