These short reflections are intended to be spiritual hors d' oeuvres, bite sized morsels to whet your soul’s appetite. My hope is that what you hear will invite you into your own self-reflection and discovery.
While God did ask a number of questions in the Bible, God also gave a lot of commands, or mitzvot. The ancient rabbis boiled them down to some 613. One of those is, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Unlike the command “to go forth and multiply,” love...
Where is Your Brother?
One of my favorite aspects about these primal stories passed down to us from our faith ancestors, is how insightful they are into human nature. They really cause me to wonder how far we have progressed (or not) as a species in the past several...
Blessed are Those Who Mourn
This episode considers aids to help make decisions for the choices that shape our lives.
What Fire Can't Burn
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." - Jim Elliot
The Great American Mortal Sin
One of the hardest parts about being a refugee is the emotional distress that comes with knowing you are committing the ultimate cultural sin: being needy.
Navigating Life in Uncertain Times
How do you respond to the impermanent nature of life?