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Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer follows the oddball lives of Hank, Amy,  Shira and Eliana, along with their friends and family who march along with them.

Amy started the blog in 2009 when it was just the three of us. Some highlights (and a lowlight or two) were chronicled through 2012, when the blog slipped into disuse.  Then in July, 2013, Eliana graced us with her presence.  Let’s just say that she’s a handful – what the doctors call ‘medically complex’.  Though the subject matter of our posts may have changed, we hope to infuse our story with the same irreverent (some would say inappropriate) sense of humor as we provide some insight into our lives as we now lead them.

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  • 1. Johannes  |  January 18, 2017 at 4:18 PM

    Dear Mrs. Lerner,

    thank you for your recent article in forward.com. I tried to leave a comment, but somehow it did not work out. So I am leaving it here, I hope that is ok for you. All the best for you and your family. By the way – just in case you may not have noticed it – your last name says in German that you are a “Learner”.

    Best Regards,

    Johannes Eckert

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    My comment to your article, posted yesterday (17th of January 2017)
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    Dear Mrs. Lerner,

    if you are interested in Kabbalah I would like you to point you to the work of Friedrich Weinreb.

    On the offical Website of the german author Michael Ende (“Momo”, “The Neverending Story”) it says: “In April 1981 Jewish theologian Friedrich Weinreb visited Michael Ende and his wife in Genzano. For Ende, it was a decisive encounter, and from then on he attended Weinreb’s Brunnenhof seminars in Zurich, where Weinreb taught a cabalistic interpretation of the Old Testament. Ende later commented that it was thanks to Weinreb that he discovered the full import of his Christian faith.”
    http://www.michaelende.de/en/author/biography/literary-success

    As far as I know the only book – until now – that is available in English by Friedrich Weinreb is his major work “Roots of the Bible”. As Friedrich Weinrebs work is widely unknown you may find some Information on goodreads.com.
    http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6653669-roots-of-the-bible

    All the best for you and your Family,

    Johannes

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