What champagne is to celebration; what flowers are to romance; what music is to joy – a story is to life.
There are those that know the place. There are those that know the time. There are those that know the ritual. There are those that know the prayers. And there are those that know how to light the fire. We may not know the place, the time, the ritual, the prayer, or the fire. So we tell the story. A story, more than a recollection, is the bridge spanning past, present and future. A story reminds us, reignites us, and inspires us. A story isn’t merely told. A story is lived. Welcome to once upon a time.
In the past few years I have discovered that Judaism is more than the eye can see. It is a journey from darkness to light; the light of the Torah.Read More