Food is unity. Food brings people around a table. Food tells people it is time to stop, commune, learn, and acknowledge one another. Food is enjoying the moment with others while taking a rest from all the hard work that we have done. Food is multicultural. Different food from different ethnic groups can be sought… Continue reading A Conversation About Food with a Jew
Disconnected from understanding anything anymore; you find yourself lost, so lost that you don't know how to get along in this place. You have no idea where the map is or how to read it to be able to find your way home. You are seeing just how cruel this place can be. The more… Continue reading WORLD WAR III: The Spiritual War Within
You may be frustrated with life because you want to do the right thing, but it seems that the world does not care or that it is always out to get you. You try to understand love as you feel it in your soul, but you are having a hard time to connect or see… Continue reading The Broken Hallelujah
Ego is our worst enemy because it does not allow us to connect to anything greater than ourselves. Ego tells us that we are the almighty who have all the great answers and life is all just one big rat race; however, God wants us to be humble to understand that we are not individual… Continue reading I Like That You’re Broken, Broken Like Me…
We Are One is going through the final design stage. It has all come together, both very slowly and very fast. I started writing this book over twenty years ago, not realizing that it would all come together in a book with a relevant point that everyone can relate to. This year has been a… Continue reading THE STORY BEHIND WE ARE ONE
Hundreds of Christians, Jews and Muslims came together at the Tower of David in Jerusalem to sing Bob Marley's "One Love" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Just beautiful -- Love conquers all! https://youtu.be/TZzK29_V8jQ
I have a confession to make: I am not the most patient person around, especially in my job as a nurse, where patience is probably my most needed asset. I like things to be done with high standards, especially when it comes to patient care, but often the system fails. People may be slacking in… Continue reading What is your Tikkun Olam?