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  • The Zoo: a symbol of human atrocity

    Originally posted on Hasidic:
    The Zoo: the place for anyone who loves nature, animals, beauty, art, poetry, creation and diversity. It is where we can listen in to the song of the universe, the harmony of birds chirping, lions roaring,…

  • Scared to Death

    Originally posted on Hasidic:
    Most people I know don’t like to think about dying. Death is taboo, especially when talking to ninety-five year-old’s. When people are depressed, when they have nothing to look forward to, they think about death, and…

  • Oh, Jerusalem

    Originally posted on Hasidic:
    We heard your tales We sang your songs We drew your portrait We never forgot ? We loved you for your beauty Your splendor Your grace ? Nay, you don’t posses No massive bridges No European…

  • Thank You, Paul!

    Hi everyone, Salam Aleicum. I hope you guys remember me, I wasn’t around for a while. I was very saddened to read that Paul will be stepping aside from this great site that he built and the respectful dialogues it created…. Read More ›

  • The Golden Calf. Why not a lion?

    Originally posted on Hasidic:
    Robots and angels don’t err, they can live for a thousand years without making a single mistake. Human beings, however, sin and fail and make lots and lots of stupid decisions; individually and communally. The distinction…

  • Is there room for me?

    Originally posted on Hasidic:
    Maimonides. It’s hard to finish the sentence. No praise can do justice and no words can encapsulate the magnificence of this brilliant light, eternal fountain of wisdom, and bright star in the skies of our history.…

  • The Charolite Trilogy

    Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
    The Charolite Trilogy   Introduction     The purpose of this trilogy is to help you see the Jewish Christian polemic in a new light. Instead of presenting the arguments…