Monday, February 2, 2015

To give Thanks .I did the same drill instead of  dictionary I took "Psalm" and this is the word that my finger toughed.
This word means a lot to me .I  am grateful for what I have  and I thank God ,and  my family ,my friend ... For been there for me and with me . We say Modeh Ani , when we wake up in the morning, and we can also connect the Tree of Thanks with Tu B’Shvat, the new year for trees, and the Tu B’Shvat tradition of eating Shivat Haminim, the seven species.
Here is an app "I thank you"


I open the "Merriam Webster Dictionary" and my eyes was looking directly on the top left page (#546) I read the word- "Personnel" and before I continued to read I  was thinking of the words person and personal, when I continued to read the meaning its says "a body of persons employed".
I went to my computer and I write on Google Personnel. This is what I found-1. the people who work for a particular company or organization.
2. a department within a company or organization that deals with the people who work for it.

  1. early 19th century: from French (adjective used as a noun), contrasted with matériel ‘equipment or materials used in an organization or undertaking.’
what a coincidence "I am a Hebrew teacher at the Davis Academy I am part of Davis Personnel".


The word that I randomly landed on is fulfill.  Fulfill essentially means to succeed in achieving.  You will first notice my image below.  (Excuse the drawing, which I feel I must translate.)  The drawing is of a girl who finally gets her hands on a piece of chocolate.  She has fulfilled that craving.  I, of course, would know nothing about that.

Next, you will find my audio version of a certain fulfillment.  Let's just say TGIF:

Last, is my written component to fulfill.  No pun intended!

To fulfill is to complete an act satisfactorily.  When I think of this, I think of a bucket list.  How many of you have a bucket list?  I used to not believe in such a thing but lately, I've been rethinking this.  I'm not exactly sure why but I suppose I've been wanting to achieve certain tasks that don't have such finite deadlines, which makes me think of the term bucket list.  I don't have a formal bucket list yet but I am starting to think about what I would put on it if I had said bucket list...which I don't.  See, I clearly have an issue with the idea of having a bucket list.  Yet, I am admitting that one strategy for achieving fulfillment is to make a list of specific goals.  To fulfill can be left to interpretation as it can mean so many different things to different people, which is the magic of the word.