Your Humble Blogger has been blogging even less than usual lately. In large part that’s because I’ve been down with the plague—I had a brief and asymptomatic bout in July, and then have an unpleasantly symptomy version for the last couple of weeks—but also because I haven’t had much to say on anything of interest, even to me.
Well, and the narrow time came, and Rosh Hashanah came, and the Days of Awe came, and now it’s Erev Yom Kippur, and I still don’t have much to say on anything of interest, even to me. Alas. Maybe next year.
In the meantime, I re-read what I wrote about Isaiah 1:16-17, and it was certainly better than anything I would be likely to write this year.
I hope to return to blogging at least occasionally in 5783, although I have no idea what I will feel like writing about. Maybe I’ll blog more of the books I read. Or I’ll write more about kite flying, or music, or make random lists of things. Your suggestions gratefully appreciated and possibly even acted upon.
At any rate: g’mar tov to all you Gentle Readers of this Tohu Bohu, and may you be sealed for a year of happiness and health, sweetness and stability. L’chaim! More life!
Tolerabimus quod tolerare debemus,