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Tzvi Freeman

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From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
About two centuries ago, a flood was under way. Today, that flood is still taking us somewhere.
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
If you or I would design a world, I guarantee we wouldn’t do it this way. We would have one center and spread things out from there. Not so when you're dealing with an infinite consciousness.
What do I do now?
Funny thing, nobody is ever shocked by the discovery that their mother is Inuit. What’s so different about being Jewish?
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Imagine a symphony of uncountable instruments, each playing its unique part in harmony and counterpoint. Problem is, the parts are out of sync.
Light is more than a creation. It’s a mandate.
Was the medium the real message of the Ten Commandments?
What was the real point of the Ten Commandments—what was said, or how?
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
We human beings have a knack for seeing how the parts of this world fit back together.
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Coconuts are delicious. But if you don’t know how to crack them, you could be real hungry in a coconut grove.
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Everything that exists contains a spark of the divine--it's meaning, it's place in the grand story. Our job is to redeem that spark.
Where we're coming from, where we're going, and how we're getting there—real soon.
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