Tag Archives: Lawrence Kushner

Rewriting the Past, Wednesday Wisdom

“Over time, things change meaning.  I am reminded how one of my children took a rare book I loved and innocently used a few pages of it for a coloring book.  At the time, I was furious.  But now, as … Continue reading

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“Come Up to Me On the Mountain and Be There,” Wednesday Wisdom (Exodus Part 4)

Today I want to talk about a verse that seems simple at first glance but has simply blown me away this summer.  In Exodus 34 God says to Moses, “Come up to Me on the mountain and be there.” At … Continue reading

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Breathing the Name of God, Wednesday Morning Wisdom

Eyes Remade for Wonder, by Lawrence Kushner is one of my all-time favorite books. Kushner is a Jewish Mystic, and as one writer puts it, “he helps us see through the mundane details of everyday life to catch a profound … Continue reading

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