Month: March 2018

6 Things I Love About Israel

So… anyone who’s been paying attention for a bit may have noticed I’m a bit harsh in my criticism of Israel. Well, that’s not likely to change anytime soon. However, recently a friend of mine challenged me to come up with ten things I love about Israel. I love a good challenge… and this certainly […]

Where Has All My Faith Gone?

I have no delusions that writing this post will solve the many issues swimming around in my brain right now. I write because it’s cathartic, and occasionally doing so is literally life changing for me. However, sometimes issues are bigger than can be resolved in a thousand words. My mind and spirit were damaged about […]

Don’t Call Me Rabbi

If I want to be honest, the next nearly two decades of my religious development are a blur to me. I recall pockets of influence and impact along the way; but, I was essentially on a powerful upswing until recent years. Sometimes I was strong, other times I was stronger. I was always learning and […]

Three Radical Shocks to My Identity

Confused Identity So there I was, trapped again with a confused identity. But with my eyes wide open to any and all influence that might come my way. I’d like to explore three extremely memorable moments over the course of the following year, three moments that would have a permanent impact on me. 1) Is […]

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