Posts Tagged ‘devarim’

August 12, 2011

The More Things Change, the More They Don’t Stay the Same

Parsha Print-Me 

Va’etchanan

There is a very common tension that is found in religious groups, organizations, and even marriages that appears in many forms, but inevitably has the same subtle subtext underneath. It is essential for one to be aware of this tension, as we spend a great deal of time dealing with it.

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August 5, 2011

Perception & Projection

When you study the Torah, you inevitably find sources for insightful ideas or studies that have been gathered by human investigation and research. This is most notably true of psychological concepts. In this week’s Torah portion, Moshe (Moses) brings Continue Reading »