Children have many more opportunities than us. They can dream. And their dreams are the most pure and decent creations that can exist in this world. But the thing that often comes to my grown up mind in my busy bordered life is the following: is there at least one children career dream that has come true? Do you remember this wonderful question: “What are you going to be when you grow up?” It was like an open door to the world of wonderful opportunities and imagination.
People are different. And if you fall in love with a man and think he is just a perfect person it doesn’t mean you will be able to live happy life with him. Well, it sounds strange indeed. If you really want to live happy life with your partner you should work on your relationship. Remember that healthy relationship should be maintained. It means that it requires time and patience.
Unfortunately arguments are inevitable. And if you tend to pay attention to the trivial matters sooner or later it would damage your relationship. If you are sure that your partner really loves you and appreciates you then what the point to be a drama queen. You should realize that both of you learn. Sometimes it happens that we make mistakes but at the same time we learn by making them. Do not be too demanding.
Far before the modern ceremonies have appeared there existed the ancient traditions connected with the birth of a girl in the Jewish families.
In the communities in the Middle East and North Africa as well as Italy The tradition of giving a name to the newborn girl was called “Zeved a-Bat” which meant “the God’s Gift”. The name of the ceremony is originated from the lines of Genesis :”And I received the wonderful gift from God”. This tradition appeared many ages ago and remains popular among the Jews at the present time. On the first Saturday after the birth the father with the grandfathers of the girl is to read aloud the extracts from Torah in the synagogue. The mother and the grandmothers also attend the service but they can’t read the Holy Writings aloud. The father has the possibility to read the Torah twice and each of the grandfathers can read it aloud once during the ceremony. After that the rabbi congratulates the parents and pronounces a special prayer asking God to shed his mercy upon the family. After the religious ceremony the celebration starts. The Jews sing traditional songs and lay the celebration table.