April 2016

NISAN 5776

from Wellness & Learning Network


After all the preparations for Pesach have passed, for most of us life settles down a bit. We suddenly realize the aftermath of the winter – the extra pounds, the lack of exercise and a general feeling of sluggishness. Spring is a good time to take account of one’s physical health and to recommit to improving exercise and wellness. We know we need to develop a routine for all types of weather but the reality is that spring and early summer are more conducive to walking and outside activities than the stormy days of winter.

The sense of time passing is a hallmark of this season, which provides an incentive for setting aside time to exercise, meditate, communicate, and grow.