The Depth of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is really nothing more than an act of self-healing and self-empowerment. I call it a miracle medicine. It is free, it works and has no side effects.   The …

New Year, New Moon, New Joy

New Year NewYear, again? According to the rabbinic tradition there are four ‘new years’ every year – for months (moons), for animals (of the flock), for humans (Rosh Hashanah), and …

Refuse to Accept

Is there enough money to afford education for every child on earth, to feed the hungry and starving, and to provide public toilets?   Kailash Satyarthi, the co-winner of the …

The Whole Me

The black and white photo to the left is dated 1965. Does that help in identifying who the mother and child are? If you know that the mother’s first name …

Blind to Color

The mid-term elections this week expose “insufficient” language that serves to harm and divide our great country. It is not just the incessant language of rhetoric that divides liberal and …

Summer Clouds

Last week’s blog about memory generated a good deal of commentary. Memories continue to be a focus for me as I clear out closets and go through boxes, especially those …

Possibilian

Perhaps creativity is a function of how little we know. There is this guy who keeps popping up on my radar—name David Eagleman. We share an interest in time. I …

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Face Uplift

This final week of the count of the Omer (the sefirah of Malchut) asks of us: “Now that you have faced the truth (about yourself) what are you doing about …