Monthly Archives: January 2015

V’ahavta—And You Shall Love With All Your Heart: Anxiety and TM

Morning comes again. Dreams are abandoned for the business, pain, pleasure, and striving of the day. How can we get through the events and demands of this day and still feel peaceful inside, in touch with our true inner values … Continue reading

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I Shall Trust and Not Fear

I was waylaid by liturgy today. There I was, traipsing along feeling free on the high road, unencumbered by the ancient words I read, translating them into my life today, taking liberties with the meaning to support what I have … Continue reading

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Complainers and Those of Misguided Spirit

Here we are in the first parshah of Exodus, and I discovered a fascinating connection between the vastly different Haftorah portions for this week. Normally, there is not a huge difference between what was chosen centuries ago to accompany each … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from George MacDonald

I’ve got to put this out there—the very last entry of George MacDonald’s 365 poems that whirl together like a cosmic wheel to transform each day of the year. This one needs no further introduction or commentary. December Thirty-One Go, … Continue reading

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