"Leviticus" Tagged Content
From Grief to Holiness
Right now we are living with communal grief, if not also personal grief. It is hard to see our holiness, but it is there.
Counting During COVID
Perhaps we will remember this time by the actions we took, not the time spent in our homes. Perhaps we will measure this time in phone calls, in virtual connectivity, in mask-clad smiles.
Eating the Fruit of Wisdom and Knowledge
What would the earth, and the spirit of humanity, look like if the Fall had never happened?
Why Bernie Madoff Didn’t Lurk in Dark Alleys
Different forms of stealing have different “feels” to them. Physically taking money from another person feels more violent, more immediate, and less justifiable of an action. “Cooking the books,” however, can easily feel explainable by the perpetrator.