We wear masks because of COVID, but wearing a mask only reveals a part of what we really look like. With a mask, we can only see a part of our face. When I am at work, I really don't know what the people I work with look like until we meet in the lunchroom… Continue reading The Masks We Wear
I realize you are very busy, but I would be honoured to hear what you think about my vision. I believe that God is revealed through selfless love since God is selfless love. A man and a woman who love each other eventually become the other. The relationship between Jews and Gentiles is like the… Continue reading Where is my Brother, my Sister, and my Mother?
I am not saying religion is bad. Religion is a path. In our brain, we make paths in order to understand what is good to the self. This is how we can feel confident and safe. But at some point, we are meant to grow up. As we mature, we venture out of the self,… Continue reading Where is Israel?
It all begins by us learning who we truly are as individuals. We all were created in the image of God. God is love, but love needs to be defined. In the Image of God Each of us are uniquely created in the image of God. Out of Adam came Eve, but Adam and Eve… Continue reading The Great I AM
Okay, folks! Here's another vlog with Steve Weber from The American Gumption Morning Show and me!! I am writing to you from my backyard. Such a beautiful day today in Ontario, Canada. On Thursday, June, 3, Steve will be live-streaming our talk about what the cover of We Are One means and why I picked… Continue reading AMERICAN GUMPTION: The Two Trees
He came first of all to minister to the Jews, that through Israel he might be able to minister to the Gentiles. “To the Jew first” is a principle that was followed in the earthly ministry of Jesus. I Am Not Jewish Although I am not Jewish, does this exclude me from the promise of… Continue reading Jesus my Tzadik
Thank you for your talks. I don't believe that any one is perfect as we all fall short of understanding the perfect love of God. I see very clearly, though, that when we, Jews and non-Jews who love, begin to love one another with unconditional acceptance, as we love ourselves, that is when we learn… Continue reading A Conversation with the Rebbe