It started with a flower, it ends up… in a glass of something very yummy. As much as we don’t like thinking about coming winter, we love to watch things change and the autumn is such a good teacher. Passionate and compassionate.
When a Jewish child starts to go to school, the tradition wants that the first alef-bet be covered with a bit of honey, so the kid could lick it and be happy, and understand that learning is a tasty process. When autumn comes, with its colder days, it comes with a lot of sweet fruits and other good things. If we want, we can understand it as a teaching about the delight and sweetness of the change, of the process. We thought about it today, over a quince.
Quince is one of these fruits that we forgot about because of our industrialized agriculture. We use quince as a…
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