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A collection of textile samples lay spread out on the table
Samsa was a travelling salesman.
It showed a lady fitted out with a fur hat and fur
boa who sat upright, raising a heavy fur muff.
Don’t you love reading something that sets you thinking? After mulling it over you might agree or disagree with what you read, but either way it stimulated your brain. I experienced just this while reading Mary Harrington’s book, Feminism Against Progress. When Ms. Harrington, who calls herself a “reactionary feminist” had a baby, it turned…
The Too Few Flu
Cultural messages beamed into us from entertainment, media, and politics often enter our hearts. When we become ‘infected’ by absorbing the message, it becomes a spiritual schematic inside of us that then influences our beliefs and soon also our thinking. Eventually, we become capable of infecting others and so the virus spreads. For a physical…
Does God Make Mistakes?
Dear Rabbi Daniel and Susan Lapin, In Genesis, in the account of the flood, it is conveyed that God regretted that He created man and after the flood, He put a rainbow in the sky as a covenant symbol that He will not flood the earth anymore because man’s thoughts are always all evil all…
A Child Shall (Not) Lead Them
I recently spent quite a bit of time watching an 18-month-old with a penchant for climbing. He attempted to do incredibly foolish things. There was no explaining to him that the chair was likely to tip over, the fall from the staircase bannister would be unpleasant, and that the curtain was not mountain climbing gear….