Tag Archives: dialogue

When You’re Busy Making Other Plans

Why is it that just when I decided I was going to be vigilant about sticking to my schedule, I had to delay eating breakfast to go buy milk for my mother-in-law’s breakfast? I had decided to stick to my … Continue reading

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Addressed by Life Through Text

I want to share a bit of a reconstruction of some of the dialogue I had yesterday around the text I was learning with my friend Rivkah, which prompted my reformulation of Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue (as it appeared in yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue 2

Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue: an intimate dialogue with life (final version) Logotherapy is the philosophy, psychotherapy and art of living created by Dr. Viktor Frankl – psychiatrist, neurologist and author of best seller Man’s Search for Meaning (a psychological account of … Continue reading

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Orientation to Text

Logotherapeutic orientation is the assumption that there is always meaning in life. Similarly in Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue a particular orientation is taken. (As an aside, we can alternatively call it Logotherapeutic Textual Dialogue, for a wide range of texts and … Continue reading

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Logotherapy interview transcribed

For the visual among you, the following is a transcription of my interview of September 14 on the Arutz 7 Judean Eve show. After the transcription I have added selections from my personal notes that due to the flow of … Continue reading

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Pain blocks dialogue; faith restores it

The next and my favorite speaker at the conference“ To touch the pain from a place of faith” was Dr. Baruch Kahane (see previous blog posts about him). He opened with the following statement: The concept “Just think good and … Continue reading

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