And You are always and forever before and alongside us.
I began each Inshallah practice with these questions brought into our classroom: What is my connection with these people’s songs?
I am not my mother’s keeper, nor fulfillment of her dreams. I’m not her pathway to God. Her life depends not on me.
Slowly working on posts & changing things up. Returned from Toronto’s Kamelot concert and not harmed in yesterday’s van crisis. — Karina
… and hope fills your heart as you sing with the wind.
I’ve a confession to make. Revelation was a book I disliked immensely before tackling this topic. Orality studies reminds me that even if we tried to trace to the original context, what’s a thing to think about is how the experience could move and shift — hence one of performance criticism’s contributions to biblical studies. Something […]
And I’d like to take a minute while I glomp Mikhael, I’ll tell you how I became Phoenix of Dre’mael.
As by loom, I do take to weave, “Golden straw? Starlit sheen.”
Reveal anew the blinding by the golden path, the path sublime. Deepest soul horror by the Sublime. To not explore unseemingly. To not stumble and fumble into ecstasy. We cannot go before preparing for our terror there.
Prophecy and prophets spoke in mutable voices; the whistleblowers and the desperation wane and wax down the ages of eschatology.
Hope carries the nurturance by Despair, and plants Love everywhere.
Tertiary education is for developing, engaging, and fostering awareness, knowledge, skills, and critical analytical techniques in ALL facets of life. The goal is not to mass produce detached scholars, nor scholars founded in psychological reactivity designed to facilitate sociolegal ambition(s).
With an attention-grabbing title, Marc Zvi Brettler’s How to Read the Jewish Bible  demands a potential reader’s sympathy to a form of literary analytical process described as the historical-critical method when engaging the Bible.  As an organized approach,  this method was subject to unfavourable discourse over the course of its development.  Brettler appeals to readers with […]
It was so bright in her room. The sun hit her so pretty. Her face partly disfigured, one eye completely blind with the other swiftly on that way, but she was so beautiful.