Resurrection

Imagination and Resurrection

One significant component of imagination and mental imagery is analogous to resurrection — the reanimation of the dead back to life. Read more »

Easter: From Death to Life

An important message of Easter, the return of the dead soul to life, bears the message that death can be overcome.  This event is called “resurrection.” This was not a unique phenomenon of the Abrahamic tradition, but found in many ancient cultures.  In modern life, we see this possibility nearing through technological-biological means.

Here is an exercise to live the depth of this Death to Life possibility.  Read more »

Hitler's Error

On a recent trip to Prague, I was awed by many things top amongst them was the Pinkas synagogue with its moving Holocaust memorial and its astonishing old “Jewish Quarter” cemetery. Amazingly enough, Hitler left the synagogues and cemetery intact. The cemetery, originally located in the Jewish ghetto, was the only permitted place for Jewish burial from the late Middle Ages to 1787. There are untold numbers of tombstones placed this way and that, leaning one atop of the other, over gentle rolling mounds. Read more »

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