Tuesday, September 26, 2006

What Should I Write?

I would like to write something on Yom Kippur and I would like the esteemed readers to choose one of the following (or even something not stated below):

  1. "Gold Clothing" and "White Clothing"
  2. A short story (true-fiction) depicting Yom Kippur's power and energy
  3. A poem (topic?)
  4. On the 10 martyrs
  5. On Teshuvah (Return)
  6. Our relationship with G-d
  7. None of the above

14 Comments:

Blogger anonym00kie said...

#2 plz

9/27/2006 12:15 AM  
Blogger Dovid said...

I say # 4.

9/27/2006 2:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

#5, i think you will capture the idea perfectly

9/27/2006 2:53 AM  
Anonymous Leah said...

#6! a clear understanding of our relationship with Hashem
1. Goes hand in hand with our performance of Teshuva..
2. Keeps the faith that we need to have, especially at this time, nourished!

9/27/2006 3:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oplease please please choose seven, i looooooooooove seven, so mystical and enticing, the old atheist approach, i didn't know you had that in you man.

9/27/2006 7:38 PM  
Blogger wandering said...

well I dont mean to make this decision any more complicated but I vote for #1... if we get double votes I'll vote for #4 too.

9/27/2006 10:31 PM  
Anonymous Yossi said...

Number 5

9/28/2006 5:03 AM  
Blogger Chasidishe Shaigitz said...

7. :p you asked for it.

I'm with anonym00kie and pick 2.

9/28/2006 5:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you -- of all people -- seperated 5 and 6 as two independent topics, especially in relation to Yom Kippur, then perhaps you should pick another topic.

Gmar Tov.

9/28/2006 9:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from Eid
very good article, however you should differentiate between [the days of old] and [the years of the many generationss] the latter being what Rosh Hashana represents...the above atatements are from Moishes mouth in describing the difference between the calendar of Hashem, and the calendar that began with Adon v Chavah...the earth is 4 billion years ols...creation began almost 16 billion years ago....yet it was done in six twenty four hour earth days, even tho the earth was not there for another 12 billion years....Hashems time calendar is differen t than mans time calendar.....Eid

9/28/2006 11:50 PM  
Blogger the sabra said...

anonymous 9:19 has a good point.

i would definitely choose #4 but you said only esteemed readers get to choose...

9/29/2006 5:42 PM  
Anonymous phonies are people too said...

not that i don't like your usual syntax, but this is my suggestion: not an epic commentary on heavens and earths, or a wordplay-riddled cosmic launch into the history of everything. maybe just something, y'know, about small things. feelings and stuff. about how your year was or something, i don't know.

9/30/2006 6:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

how about just anything as it seems you have chosen polls over articles...

10/01/2006 1:18 AM  
Blogger upstreamthinker said...

#4 WOULD BE NICE, ITS A PART OF THE DAVENING THAT IS CONSIDERED VERY IMPORTANT, AND IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT DURING THAT TIME.

10/01/2006 1:12 PM  

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