Day: November 6, 2020
[Hasidism] had nothing to do with pantheism which destroys or stunts the greatest of all values: the reciprocal relationship between the human and the divine, the reality of the I and the You which does not cease at the rim of eternity. Hasidism did, however, make manifest the reflection of the divine, the sparks of […]
Got this by text this morning: Here’s something an old friend shared with me that made me smile and weep at the same time. Me, too. The Bengsons have a YouTube channel here.
We are studying John 15:4-17 for Sunday, November 8 – Jesus’s metaphor of the vine and the branches, and repetition of the commandment to “love one another as I have loved you.” [Some notes on the text are here, and here.] Here are a few questions about the text we might want to consider: What […]