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Faith and Discernment

Simplifications are sometimes handy but at the same time run the risk of being oversimplifications. I say this by way of introduction to a handy definition I’d like to put forth on what religiosity means to me. To be religious … Continue reading

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Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue

LTD (Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue) is a workshop on offer to Jewish educators in the Jerusalem area. Feel free to distribute. Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue: an intimate dialogue with life Logotherapy is the philosophy, psychotherapy and art of living created by Dr. … Continue reading

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Towards a Logotherapist’s Self-Definition

Someone who works with small nonprofit organizations once complained to me that organizations often struggle terribly and they would have a much easier time of it if they were to work together. Instead, every other day someone else decides to … Continue reading

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Humans hear; animals fear

Frankl says, “Conscience could be defined as the intuitive capacity of man to find out the meaning of a situation (Will to Meaning, p. 63). Meaning is the opportunity/challenge/demand/invitation/requirement/call/question life asks (pick the word you prefer) for a unique individual … Continue reading

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Portrait of a knowing soul

A child calls out to his mother from his room in the middle of the night. “Mommy, I can’t find my markers!” They had been right there next to him when he went to sleep. His mother hears from her … Continue reading

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