Friday, March 09, 2007

"A Small Flickering Flame" - Yiddishkeit Without Ideology

(Click on the image above for the .pdf article)


At March 9, 2007 at 11:19:00 AM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quite moving!

At March 9, 2007 at 12:21:00 PM EST, Blogger A Simple Jew said...

I agree. Thanks again for e-mailing me this piece from Professor Moshe Koppel of Bar Ilan University.

At March 11, 2007 at 12:05:00 AM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Ideology is that
"good is in everything and with this it is not that the bad becomes good, but rather that in the bad itself - in the struggle - we find Goodness, the Godliness.

This is synonymous with the concept of Moshiach which is an era in which even things we saw as being bad we will see as being good. Life before the times of the Messiah and redemption are compared to characters living within the story. But with Moshiach we will see things from outside of the story and see how we are all like actors and God is directing the show. Outside the story (as a spectator), even the bad is good because the struggle is what makes the story worth reading(or the show watching)".

Now you dont know the truth because you dont see it from outside. Get out the Box,Scene.


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