Tag Archives: Poland

Notes of Irritation

Unless someone asks me to do otherwise, I think that this will be my last pre-written post. I am happy to share more about my trip to Poland and more from my journal if someone has the desire to read … Continue reading

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Provoked Thoughts

The following are two poems that I wrote, sitting on the side of the main road between the barracks of the Majdanek death camp outside of Lublin, Poland. The first I wrote staring up at a long road, and the … Continue reading

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I mentioned yesterday that I am going to start posting journal entries that I wrote in Poland and start discussing Israel. Right now, I am going to post the last thing I wrote in Poland; a theological reflection on the … Continue reading

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Last night, I returned from a seven-week trip that changed the way I look at the world on a political level, but also on a sociological and religious level. In the coming days, I’ll take a short hiatus from narrating … Continue reading

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I live in the geographical and demographical heart of the Los Angeles Jewish community. I am growing up in the twenty-first century. I go to a Jewish high school. I take for granted the luxuries of being able to practice … Continue reading

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