Questions may facilitate learning, but they are also rituals in their own right. They play a starring role in connection with an event that celebrates freedom. What do the questions teach us about freedom? A whole lot.
The mandate on Passover is “to tell” the story of the Exodus. But what exactly does this mean? And how can we apply this to other areas of our lives?
Learning the stages of mastery from the Four Sons and their questions.
In case you didn’t get enough questions at your Passover Seder, I have one more: What’s the purpose of all the questions?
My head is spinning with an influx of ideas. I am flooded with insights and inspiration. I feel a new measure of clarity and purpose. The Resistance is crumbling. I am in love with the world. I am ready to unleash my gifts. Everything is locking into place. The world is one big sphere of […]
Earlier this week, I decided to try to incorporate the process of free writing known as “Morning Pages” into my routine. Morning Pages is an exercise offered by Julia Cameron in her book The Artist’s Way. The exercise, as far as I understand it (I haven’t actually read Cameron’s book), is to write three pages of […]