A Deep Look Into Ourselves Rosh Hashanah is a Jewish holiday that is next month. It is the month of a New Year on the Hebrew calendar. Christianity calls this holy day The Feast of Trumpets. The focus of the month of Elul is self-reflection. The name of the month means to harvest. Ani L’Dodi… Continue reading The Month of Elul: A Kiss from God
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
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?
A Meditation With this meditation: Find a quiet space where you can relaxBreathe deeply in, hold for 4, 3, 2, 1... Breathe out for 4, 3, 2, 1...Quiet yourself; your mind, your body, your spiritRelaxObserve your breathAllow your mind to be free... The following is meant to be read and heard slowly. Feel the thought,… Continue reading The Divine Feminine: What a Woman Wants
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
I received this message in my inbox yesterday. They did not disclose their name, so I don't know who it was, but I am thankful to this mystery man as I hear a sincere heart who seems to be concerned for me. Here is the letter: Today I passed by something that made me think… Continue reading The Mystery Man
Through my journey this idea developed, which helped me to discover contentment within myself and with the circumstances of these times. The man and the woman from the garden as now being defined as two groups; the Jews and the Gentiles is not so well defined by a specific scriptural reference. I first shared this… Continue reading Becoming One: The Jew and the Gentile