Monthly Archives: October 2011

Random Musing Before Shabbat – Noakh 5772 – The Long Haul

Maybe it’s a result of our affectation for pediatric Judaism (though we find it in the Xtian world as well) or perhaps its’ just our tendency to simplify. What people always seem to remember about the Noakh story are the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Random Musing Before Shabbat – B’reisheet 5772 – The Unified Field Theorem of The Twelve Steps

Science has no place explaining religion. Religion has no place explaining science. As someone with a foot in both of these camps, I’m going to completely ignore this conventional wisdom. Tohu vavohu. Whatever it means in Hebrew (and of this … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Random Musing Before Shabbat – Sukkot III 5772 – Fragility

Sukkot is a time when we remind ourselves of the fragility of our own existence by dwelling in the sukkah. At first I was thinking that, giving all the instability in our world at the moment, few of us need … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Random Musing Before Yom Kippur 5772 – Al Chet Shekhetanu

This is truly a collection of random thoughts inspired by my ruminations this week on Yom Kippur and what’s going on in the world and in my life. A tweet pointed me to a great blog post on “Occupying Kol … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment