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Night in Jerusalem by Gaelle Lehrer Kennedy

December 6, 2017 - By: Helene Furst

Night in Jerusalem by Gaelle Lehrer Kennedy

Summary: A bewitching love story that is also an extraordinary portrait of Jerusalem, its faith, spirituality, identity, and a kaleidoscope of clashing beliefs, Night in Jerusalem is a novel of mystery, beauty, historical insight, and sexual passion.

David Bennett is invited to Jerusalem in 1967 by his cousin who, to the alarm of his aristocratic British family, has embraced Judaism. He introduces David to his mentor, Reb Eli, a revered sage in the Orthodox community. Despite his resistance to religious teaching, David becomes enthralled by the rabbi’s wisdom and compassionate presence. When David discloses a sexual problem, Reb Eli unwittingly sets off a chain of events that transforms his life and the life of the mysterious prostitute, Tamar, who, in a reprise of an ancient biblical ... [Continued]

A Writer by Any Other Name

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December 5, 2017 - By: Helene Furst

So it’s no secret that I’m in the market for a job. My current situation, freelancing and working as a medical receptionist  is driving me mad. So what am I seeking? A great job in writing- content writing, proofreading – something of that ilk. And guess what, not only are the jobs scarce but when I tell recruiters I want to do content writing, I get a blank look. So here it is, the MBB take on what exactly is content writing, and why it’s such an impressive field.

Let’s begin with you. Think about how you use the internet on a daily basis. If you’re typical, you shop, research, connect with your peeps, watch some Netflix or YouTube, or find some other type of entertainment. According to recent studies, most of us spend about five-six hours of our days online. Therefore, companies will pay good money to create content that grabs yo... [Continued]

Growth and Change are Highly Overrated by Tom Starita

Article image Growth and Change are Highly Overrated by Tom Starita

November 30, 2017 - By: Helene Furst

Summary:

Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated is a classic coming-of-age story that takes a unique and comic look at what we all fear— having to grow up and abandon our dreams. For a charismatic man like Lucas James, life is a breeze because everyone else provides the wind. This man-child front man for a mediocre cover band has been mooching off of his fiancée Jackie for years until she finally decides she's had enough. Faced with the reality of having no income to support his carefree lifestyle, Lucas James abandons his principles and gets a job working in the stockroom at, “That Store.” How does he cope with this new found sense of responsibility? He casually steals... In a life spent bucking authority, how will Lucas James deal with his manager, 'Victor the Dictator'? How long can he survive Ralph, a starry-eyed coworker who d... [Continued]

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A New Beginning Comment By: Cheryl Hecker
Nice recipe. My Grandma, in the earlier years, would have fish thrashing in the tub. Real gefilte fi


A New Beginning Comment By: MorningBeans
Hence the scary fish swimming in the upstairs tub! :)


How to Make Meditation Work For You Comment By: Kaosar
Worth reading! I have recently started meditation. I am not aware of mindfulness meditation, tran


How to Make Meditation Work For You Comment By: Nancy
This is a great reminder about meditation and how important it is to practice a little bit on a dail


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How to Make Meditation Work For You Comment By: MorningBeans
You'll need to follow the series and do a little research in your own. Lots of luck. Namaste.


A Writer by Any Other Name Comment By: Jennifer Ephron
love it! What I read so far, at least. You're very TALENTED. See? I finally read your blog!!! Good t


A Writer by Any Other Name Comment By: MorningBeans
:) Thanks Jen!


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Welcome to Morning Beans. Grab a cup of your favorite coffee, pull up a chair, and let's chat! I'm Helene and I am many things: writer, artist, mother, daughter, wife and friend. I write for all of us: the overworked homemaker, the executive goddesses, the poets, artists, and the wild hearted women

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