Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •April 7th, 2005• 25 Comments
Understanding the apparent abundance of violence and anger in the Torah requires one to gain deeper insight into its literal and symbolic dimensions.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 8th, 2004• 0 Comments
While hardship and lack of material prosperity are challenging, the opposites – freedom, ease, and wealth – beget soul-numbing complacency.
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Atheism is examined in contrast with faith, reason, and the principles of the founding fathers of the United States.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 9th, 2004• 0 Comments
Embracing the duality of life in both its light and dark dimensions may not lead to nirvana, but will allow one to peacefully navigate the dynamic waters.
Weekly Op-Ed •May 1st, 2003• 0 Comments
The present issues in the world are sourced in longstanding religious and metaphysical conflicts which revolve around the physical and figurative Babylon.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 10th, 2003• 0 Comments
The continued presence of both the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, and particularly the Euphrates, indicates the ongoing presence of the Garden of Eden in this world.
March 7th, 2002• Comments Off on Veyakhel: Chaos & Redemption
Parshat Veyakhel reveals the third step that empowers one to face any challenge- Exodus from oppression, Torah at Sinai, and building a Mishkan.