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I find this battle terrifying, because I have no idea where it will lead. It forces me to confront the plaguing question: if I truly let G‑d in, what will He do to me once He is there? Who will I be?
Part Six in a Kabbalistic SciFi Fantasy
Click Here If You Missed Part V My head crashes on the table, and it’s a dream, a vivid dream. I’m back on the canyon floor, after that fall. There’s a little boy standing over me, crying. I pull myself up. Small, wide eyes look up to me. My reflection st...
Part Three in a Kabbalistic SciFi Fantasy Series
Click Here If You Missed Part II The next two weeks were a high. High, because it was as though Hi’s spirit was breathing inside me, the compassion in his eyes running through my blood. Until then, I had never realized how insensitive I was—even to the pe...
Part One in a Kabbalistic SciFi Fantasy
I first saw Hi while I was jogging beneath the tall trees of the canyon. A small child was clasping each of his hands, an older one running ahead. As I passed him, I just yelled, “Hi.” He shouted back, “How do you know my name?” “I don’t know your name, o...
A melodious meditation on the constant struggle to be our better selves
Why was this melody singled out as the musical expression of the beinoni’s character, and as the personal anthem of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch?
If life is how you cook it, then what dish are you? A delightful cream pie? Or a walking, smoking barbecue? Personally, there’s only so much cream pie I can take.
Parshah Nuggets: Vayishlach
After wrestling all night with an angel, Jacob is renamed “Israel,” which means “to strive.”
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