one rabbinical student's musings on religion, life, politics, and how best to change the world....
in the words of Marge Piercy: “the discipline of blessings is to taste each moment, the bitter, the sour, the sweet and the salty, and be glad for what does not hurt. the art is in compressing attention to each little and big blossom of the tree of life … what we want to change we curse, and then pick up a tool. bless what you can with eyes and hands and tongue. if you can't bless it, get ready to make it new.”
צדק צדק תרדוף
tzedek, tzedek, tirdof
shall you pursue
- deut. 16:20