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Modesty

by Aryeh Siegel The title of my last blog (“I an Hashem, June 17) may have seemed “immodest”. How can anyone even think of uttering “I am God”, however sensitive and refined the intention may be? The following story may … Continue reading

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I Think Therefore I Am Holy

Continuing on the topic of thinking while studying with my study partner, we read that the mind, which is physical matter, has a link to the spirit and that by thinking about what we’re doing as we’re doing it, we’re … Continue reading

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Unexpected Redemption

The following two essays are presented one on the heels of the other, since the second was stimulated by the first. Though some of the language may be unfamiliar to some readers, I am posting it in full, as is. … Continue reading

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The Triumph of Meaningful Suffering

The next day of the conference I heard a plenary address given by Dr. Teria Shantall, who supervised me in my logotherapy training and now leads the English logotherapy training program in Israel of which I am her assistant facilitator. … Continue reading

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Psychology and religion

An article appeared in the Israeli newspaper Mekor Rishon called “Chasidism – a New Psychology?” by Zvi Moses. His bottom line, by way of critiquing Baruch Kahane’s book שבירה ותיקון was that religion can contribute meaning to the field of … Continue reading

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Biology promotes morality

I want to start by sharing with you a great post titled Atheist Morality. In the spirit of atheists taking a ride on the back of a moral-based society (the point taken in said post), I don’t mind taking a … Continue reading

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