The red brick house, with short green front lawn, was captured on the
canvas. Grandma the artist,
applied paint, judiciously lined. She shaped each brick, as she recalled how
Grandpa had stacked them when the house was first built. This was her hundredth
version. She hoped
eternally, oil on canvas, to store her voluptuous dream.(25:365 Count for my Goal of 365- 55 word stories, then I plan to begin a novel, maybe using some of this material, maybe coming up with a new approach).
Kaddish (קדיש Aramaic: "holy") refers to an important and central prayer in the Jewish prayer service. The central theme of the Kaddish is the magnification and sanctification of God's name. In the liturgy, several variations of the Kaddish are used functionally as separators between various sections of the service. The term "Kaddish" is often used to refer specifically to "The Mourners' Kaddish,"
said as part of the mourning rituals in Judaism in all prayer services
as well as at funerals and memorials. When mention is made of "saying Kaddish", this unambiguously denotes the rituals of mourning.