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May 21, 1993 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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ADVICE page 43

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young man was talking with his mother about the
recent Michigan Miracle Mission to Israel. That
got him thinking about travel, and he mentioned
to his mother, 'Think about those astronauts. Do
you know how much it costs to go to the moon? Millions and
millions!"
"Well," his mother replied, "if you have money, you
travel."
— Max Sosin,
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How do you get great
photos at a Jewish
sirnchah?

et people be themselves. I like to take pictures of
people when they're not looking. At a wedding, I
look through the camera the whole night — except
when I'm eating — just waiting for the right mo-
ment. I'll take posed shots if that's what people want, but
that isn't the way life really is. Nobody sees us posed or
through a filter. I like pictures of things the way they really
are. Like just this morning, I was davening at the minyan at
Beth Yehudah, and I happened to see a little boy looking up
at his rebbe. I thought, 'Now this would make a great shot.' "
— Irwin Cohen,
of Irwin Cohen Photography in Oak Park

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What's the best Jewish
lullaby to sing to your
baby to get her to sleep?

edtime routines are very important. (Our daugh-
ter) Rivka Ayelet always has to hear the same
song, and if you vary or substitute words YOU
ARE IN TROUBLE!
"We begin our bedtime by saying the first paragraph of
the Sh'ma. Then we sing Hamalachah HaGoel (`The Re-
deeming Angel,' Yaakov's blessing to his sons in Genesis
48:16) to the tune of 'Braham's Lullaby.' Last, we sing
`Noomi, Noomi' (an Israeli song meaning, 'Sleep, sleep').
"And if we wake up in the middle of the night, we sing 'I
Love You a Bushel and a Peck,' (from Guys and Dolls). It
always works.
"I have spent many, many hours singing these songs."
— Janet Snider,
of Southfield, a pediatrician with Medical Center
Pediatrics and the mother of 2-year-old Rivka Ayelet,
and Leah Tova, 6 months

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