Tag Archives: Aaron

The Wider Hope of a Universalist

I grew up in the teachings of a Unitarian Universalist church. Didn’t learn much about God there but a whole lot about the brotherhood of Man and all the different world religions. The greatest gift from this legacy was an … Continue reading

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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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Is God Unfair? Peering Through the Veil

This past week’s Haftorah portion (for Shemini) was 1st Samuel 6:1-7 with verse 17 added in to complete the story of how the Ark was detoured on its way to David’s home. I always thought it terribly unfair of God … Continue reading

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