In this week's Torah reading, we see that Dinah goes out "to see." What does it mean for an individual of one culture or community "to see" someone from another? What can and can't we see? This is episode 8 in Genesis. Vayishlach is Genesis 32:4-36:43. What follows is Hebrew for verse 34:1, transliteration, and … Continue reading Went Out, To See
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Today is one for exploring where balance may need tipping: Does the balance some of us enjoy come at the expense of others?
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Pharaoh did not know Joseph. Shortly thereafter, the Book of Exodus relates attempted genocide.
Pharaoh "not knowing" Joseph is where the trouble starts, leading very quickly to an attempt to exterminate the People.
Rereading Exodus for Joint Liberation: One Job, #DontMuteDC, and "Adread" edition
We cannot act effectively if we feel ill-equipped, overwhelmed, hopeless, and isolated. Combat "Blursday syndrome" by counting our days of learning.
Today in "Rethinking Exodus," we explore images from Lead Belly to Bob Marley -- in relation to disparities in resources and responses to the Rona/COVID-19.
We can learn several important things about this time of coronavirus pandemic, and related upheaval, from the start of this week's Torah portion (Vayikra, Leviticus 1:1-5:6). Honoring Prior Collective Work The Book of Exodus closes with completion of the mobile worship center, the "Tabernacle," constructed by the People in the wilderness. This construction takes place … Continue reading Vayikra, The Rona/COVID-19, and Mutual Aid