I was a hardcore coffee drinker for years, someone who loved the great taste of a fresh brewed cup of gourmet java. Until my body said, Stop! The subsequent indigestion – call it coffee catharsis – was too great to bear . . . and I finally stopped drinking the stuff. Bear in mind I craved coffee because – surprise! – the really good beans taste great. And I had no intention of buying some medicated, diluted, mediocre “coffee flavored” substitute as a means of satisfying my longing for the real thing. No thanks. So coffee was like a former lover: something I remembered fondly, but could never have again. And then I discovered Puroast® Low Acid Coffee (www.puroast.com), the best thing to happen to coffee since, well, forever. This brand is gourmet – I repeat: this brand is gourmet coffee! – and the taste is incredible! Half the acid, all the taste . . . and the smoothest, tastiest Cup of Joe I’ve had in years. Best of all, I don’t have any stomach upset when I drink Puroast®.
So far so good, right? I have even better news: Puroast® is now available at the pharmacy! In my quest to find the latest news about this brand – yes, my coffee addiction is back, and I’m so happy to have fallen off the wagon – I uncovered an announcement that Puroast® is the only gourmet coffee also available in the pharmacy. Check it out! Dee-licious!
The Whizin Center for Continuing Education of the American Jewish University invites you to spend the weekend at our Brandeis-Bardin campus, a 3,000 acre retreat center nestled in the beautiful Santa Susana Mountains.
Making Marriage Work – for couples considering marriage, engaged or recently married. An intensive version of the popular 10-week program which has been offered at the American Jewish University for over 30 years providing thousands of couples the necessary skills to strengthen their relationships and create successful families.
Newly Married – for couples who have already taken Making Marriage Work and/or have been married less than two years. Navigate the many turns in marriage and refresh and strengthen your skills in order to enrich your blossoming marriage
Marriage “check-up” — for couples married two to twelve years. Covers such topics as communication and conflict resolution, love and sex, keeping the spark alive, family planning and money management.
All tracks are open to both Jewish and Interfaith couples and include sessions with a licensed therapist, rabbi and financial planner. Interfaith couples will attend sessions with the rabbi dealing with issues pertinent to their particular situation.
For further information and registration, please visit our website:
or call Judy Uhrman, (310) 440-1566
(Financial aid available)
From BnaiDavid.com: …And Talmud For All!
Wednesdays 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm,
Beit Medrash with Rabbi Ari Leubitz
The Siddur and the Nature of Prayer-
Resumes tomorrow Wed., 12/2
Unit 2. P’sukai D’zimra, continues with
Rav Yosef in the Beit Medrash
TANACH -Book of Shmuel Bet -
Resumes Thurs., Dec. 3rd
Thursdays at 11am,
Beit Medrash with Rav Yosef
Tikkun Olam Lunch
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009 12:15