Weekly Op-Ed •January 30th, 2009 •9 Comments
As this Middle East conversation continues, with all its complexities and prejudices, we have been receiving very many reactions from readers. Most are supportive of this type of dialogue, but there are some who are upset and even livid.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 22nd, 2008 •0 Comments
Discover the dynamics of different souls and what they can accomplish in this world by learning about the two instances in the bible where twins were born.
Weekly Op-Ed •May 30th, 2008 •0 Comments
Ishmael has the power to confront Esau and Jacob with their wealth of oil. The presenting question is: Will the nations behave as is befitting the children of Abraham?
Weekly Op-Ed •February 9th, 2007 •5 Comments
In Parshat Yitro, the people experience sensory overload at Mt. Sinai leading to a discussion of whether senses support or weaken our spiritual experiences.
Weekly Op-Ed •March 18th, 2006 •7 Comments
One person seems insignificant compared to the whole universe, yet G/d still cares about every detail of His world.
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Today our challenge is to rise above our finite mortality, our flaws and subjectivity, and embrace G-d on G-d’s terms.
Weekly Op-Ed •August 6th, 2005 •0 Comments
From our enemies we learn our weaknesses and what needs protection. From Al Qaeda’s new print-Internet magazine we learn about our own passion for Israel.
Learn about the different levels of the world, allowing space for human existence in a world created and governed by an infinite G/d.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 3rd, 2003 •6 Comments
In Parshat Korach we learn that Atzilut never can be unplugged. Our challenge is to recognize & acknowledge the connection and then reveal it & act on it.
Weekly Op-Ed •May 29th, 2003 •0 Comments
Insecurities are reflected in the use of noncommittal expressions and speaking without conviction can create new insecurities.