Category Archives: Judaism

On the opening of doors

I’ve had a couple of neat experiences recently that I think may be related in obscure ways, to do with relationships, and connections, and being open to possibility. First, after 12 years offstage, I have stepped back into the world … Continue reading

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Here’s an interesting perspective…

A short article in Reform Judaism magazine… this is the core: What if we examined monotheism from standpoint of God? From his point of view, it would seem, making the lord our God one God is a serious problem, maybe … Continue reading

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The colors I see

The following is the text of a homily I delivered yesterday at my UU church. The seeds of this talk were sown a few weeks ago when I got into a… discussion online with an evangelical humanist. He made a … Continue reading

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Chag sameach

And a very happy Chanukah to you all!

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“…my business is to create”

I must create a system or be enslaved by another man’s; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create. – William Blake I will reason and compare, of course – it’s in my nature, just as much … Continue reading

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I’m a winner!

Back in the the summer I submitted an entry to Moment magazine’s ongoing cartoon caption contest; turns out I won the contest for that issue. There’s no money attached to this contest, but I get to see my name in … Continue reading

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