Monthly Archives: April 2015

Where is the rage over black lives NOT mattering?

Apr 28, 2015 | | Say something

Where is the rage over black lives NOT mattering? Where is the rage over witnessing a people feeling so oppressed and hopeless that their children feel the need to riot in the streets? Where is the rage over hearing those children called “thugs” and “criminals”, by even their own, for venting in the only way […more]

I Am, Therefore I Think!

Apr 25, 2015 | | Say something

What gurus fail to teach and people following gurus fail to realize is that it is not your thoughts, what you think about, that affects and even, at times, changes reality. It is the awareness that you have about your thoughts that does the affecting towards change. Descartes so had it wrong, when he placed […more]

We are the expression of consciousness.

Apr 18, 2015 | | Say something

We are the eruption of consciousness itself, perceiving itself in a near infinite number of ways. With all we have learned about our universe, from the extreme macroscopic to the extreme microscopic, it cannot help but be apparent the intricate order that is within the chaos of things. This universe for all its randomness in […more]

Have you seen Jewish Journey: America?

Apr 16, 2015 | | Say something

This is a surprisingly well done documentary. Shares a touch of it all, a very balanced look at the modern Jewish people world over. It won’t disappoint, maybe (for some) enlighten. “Andrew Goldberg’s new documentary, “The Jewish Journey: America,” which premieres this week on PBS, focuses on the lesser known aspects of the immigrant experience: […more]

No, You’re Not A Christian, My Child.

Apr 12, 2015 | | Say something

Had an interesting experience recently. We are a Jewish family living in a predominantly Christian community. Nothing new here, seeing how common this is in American society these days. The other day, I was presented with a surprise, though. What happened is that my daughter came up to me and said that she is a […more]

Some Of Us Are Godless But Good!

This is a deeply refreshing and thought provoking read. If you take the time, it’s nicely done. “There’s something in religious tradition that helps people be ethical. But, it isn’t actually their belief in God.” (Or, I would add, a need for divine authority or moral absoluteness. It’s something more obvious.) Troy Jollimore – […more]