Tag Archives: moral sensitivity

Love is all-encompassing

Two last interview questions from the logotherapy podcast interview to share… M: Frankl drew some very clear lines on where logotherapy ended and where religion began, and yet, it is generally well accepted that logotherapy is highly compatible with a … Continue reading

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In accordance with God’s will

In yesterday’s post I spoke about the blessing “You are a source of blessing God, our Lord King of the universe, who has made me with all of my needs” Another blessing is one that only women say: “You are … Continue reading

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Talmud as mussar and synthesis vs. analysis

I believe that Talmud study can make one into a more refined, sensitive, moral, integrated person. Head knowledge can be transformed into heart knowledge. However, this won’t happen naturally. A deliberate process is required. My idea is not new. The … Continue reading

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