Nov 19, 2020
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks on the abuse of #language.
"...to misuse or abuse language to sow suspicion and dissension is not just destructive. It is sacrilege. It takes something holy, the human ability to communicate and thus join soul to soul, and use it for the lowest of purposes, to divide soul from soul and destroy the trust on which non-coercive relationships depend."
What would the world look like if we each did the inner work it requires to grow? It takes time and commitment to know the self, but that is the way into each other's hearts. #AloneTime #InnerWork #BuildOnLove #Torah #VaYishlach
Rabbi David Wolpe in WashingtonPost.com: "Divorce is a death" Rabbi David Wolpe http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-faith/...
A new Bigger on the Inside post: #Hook - "There You Are" "There you are, Peter!" Over time, our eyes can become dim. ...
I wrote this song for my daughter, born right after 9/11. This world will be built by love: ours and God's. In the best and worst of m...