I realized something today, we are all her. For a bit there I was seeing her as the outcast and the one who is not accepted, like me, a Gentile. But, truthfully, we are all her that is in exile. We are all an outcast trying to find our way back to that perfect garden.… Continue reading God is so Romantic, Don’t You Think?
God wants to be in this world. We are the temple. We are the vessel that carries His light. He created each and every one of us, so each one of us has this light within ourselves. God is only good so God is all the attributes of all things that are good. Rabbi David… Continue reading The Love of Diversity
There has to be an opposite image to creation. That is because we are created as an image, so everything physical is in an image. The physical is actually our darkness, but we need the physical and the darkness to see the spiritual and the light (this is God) because we cannot see God with… Continue reading The Image of God
In the beginning, there is one man, Adam. Out of Adam, Eve is made. But in the beginning, there were also two trees, one is life (who is God) and the other is knowledge of good and evil (what is love). The Battle of Balance Within each of ourselves is a battle of finding the… Continue reading Me, Myself, and You
I think the problem might be that you do not trust yourself. That is because you are not trusting God completely. God is not about doing. He is about prioritizing. God wants us to be free. We are not slaves and we are not robotic. Each of us are unique and special in His eyes.… Continue reading The Two Witnesses
We are created in the image of God who is love. To understand God there has to be an opposite. We have to understand what is evil to know what is good. If we didn't know what was bad then how would we ever understand how good something is? For example, how appreciative is someone… Continue reading The Opposite of Love is Hate
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