The dangers of a victimhood mindset.
Longform, Longform, News & Politics, Spirituality & Faith, Uncategorized, Wisdom Daily News, Wisdom Warehouse
I sat down recently with Beth Kissileff, a TWD contributor who has a new book out — one reflecting how different people in Pittsburgh have processed, and continue to process...
December 15, 2020
Breaking False Dichotomies, Longform, Longform, News & Politics, This Week In Wisdom, Uncategorized, Uncategorized, Wisdom Daily News
By decree of Gov. Kevin Stitt, Oklahoma is observing today, Thursday, December 3rd, as a day of prayer and fasting, asking God “To heal those who are sick, comfort those...
December 03, 2020
The rise of Klezmer has many reasons, and they differ amongst other things, not only by identity but by geography.
November 24, 2020
Art & Culture, Compassion and Empathy, Longform, Longform, News & Politics, This Week In Wisdom, Uncategorized, Wisdom Daily News, Wisdom Warehouse
Factual or not, it is a beautiful story
November 10, 2020
The wisdom contained in a popular Jewish story being circulated on the internet.
September 21, 2020
Another Way Of Looking At Things, Breaking False Dichotomies, Compassion and Empathy, Hold Dualities Together, Inspiring People, Interviews With Wise People Of Today, News & Politics, Wisdom Daily News
Reflections on the changes underway in how we understand God, the church, and our work in the world.
August 24, 2020
Today is a doubly sad day. Today I mourn as a Jew, and today, I mourn as an American. Today is Tisha b’Av, the ninth day of the Hebrew month...
July 30, 2020
Breaking False Dichotomies, Compassion and Empathy, Compassion for difficulties, Inspiring Story, Soul Hack, This Week In Wisdom, Who am I, Who am I
Change happens more when we realize what we don't know.
June 02, 2020
Thinking out loud about the dead, especially in a time of so much death, is scary