It just recently occurred to me that I have no idea how to find a rav.
A new study in Britain says that driving makes people less intelligent. And I say, “Baruch Hashem.” I thought it was just me.
But that does explain a lot. For example, it explains why pedestrians have the right of way.
As an observer of human behavior – but not in a creepy way – I firmly believe that the best way to solve a lot of sholom bayis problems is to point out that it’s not just your own personal spouse who’s like that. A lot of times it turns out that that’s just how people of that gender are. They’re not doing this behavior to annoy you – they’re just hard-wired that way. And getting upset at them is like getting upset at a dog for not buying you flowers on your birthday. Sure, you can spend years training the dog to do it, but A: He definitely won’t do it if you don’t train him, and B: Even if you do train him, he’s still going to think that all the other dogs are going to look at him weird.
This week’s column is about stiff necks. Nothing to do with the fact that many of us slept in the sukkah last week.
Stiff necks are a real pain in the neck. (Ouch.) (Ouch for that too.) And they always strike without warning. They just sneak up behind you – often while you’re sleeping – and before you can turn around, they’re upon you! And then you can’t turn around.