Category Archives: Language

Move Over, Marie Kondo: Make Room for the Hygge Hordes

I am using the tool known as “Press This” in order to have the article below re-published on Roland’s Ramblings. Open the embedded link that is contained below in order to read the entire article.

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Smør and S’more. No More.

Do you like Smør? If so, then take a look at these: Photographs of Smør. Do you want some more of Smør? If so, then check this out: MAGISK VEGANSK SMØR – MED AQUAFABA (SOJAFRI) Do you like S’more? If … Continue reading

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“When push comes to shove”

“When push comes to shove” is an idiomatic expression. Do you know what it means? Well, maybe the following will help. 1. When matters must be confronted, when a crucial point is reached. 2. At a point when, or if, … Continue reading

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Passover 2016. Pesach. פֶּסַח

Passover starts on the 15th day of Nisan on the Jewish calendar every year. However, the date changes every year on the Gregorian calendar. This year of 2016, the first day of Passover begins at sunset on April 22 on the … Continue reading

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What is Aloha?

For more Roland’s Ramblings about Aloha, open this embedded link.

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Happy Hanukkah – 2015 – Happy Chanukah

I have written about Chanukah before. You may wish to revisit this previous entry: Chanukah. Hanukkah. Posted on December 8, 2009 This year, on this sixth night of Chanukah, I offer the following for your pleasure.

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Send Out A Ripple Of Hope!

The Robert F. Kennedy quotation in this meme seems appropriate to me as a mantra in my declaration of war against prejudice, discrimination, and xenophobia.

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