Another Sabbath chat with the priest, but this is a double-header. It’s a late delivery, as I was not able to access the internet. Not your everyday view – a Hebrew view:
For a new thing, we’re adding voice chats with the Hebrew Priest. I won’t sully the post, but get right to it:
As time trickles seemingly more and more quickly through the lifeline hourglass, I find myself once again writing a catch-up post. World events keep me alternately pressing my head, yoga style, into that hole in the ground, then rising, gasping with tear-filled eyes at the horrors I see played out around and to the globe […]
Once upon a time, a Landlord devised a contract for a group of people. The contract may have been disregarded, but it is still in effect – for any tenants who reside in the home of the Landlord.
Within our Torah community, discontent is something we often discuss. It’s pervasive in this day and age, and likely always has been. We see it played out in the exodus story – the people complaining about their meal delivery plan not being as diverse as what they had available to them in bondage. Rather than […]