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3 Responses to “Amputated Hand?”

  1. Barnabas says:

    Unforced rhythms of grace. Working from a position of rest. Acting as part of the body.
    To what extent does the healthy detach the ‘unhealthy’ ? Conscious of http://www.peacemaker.net/site/c.aqKFLTOBIpH/b.958147/k.4979/Getting_to_the_Heart_of_Conflict.htm , but also of those that have given their lives for the liberty of others. Especially protection of the stranger. Should everyday be an Easter,Christmas,Valentine’s, Pentecost, Thanksgiving. Heightening the graciousness of each day rather than the convenience of demarkation ? Have we become reluctant to see the hand of God in the aesthetics of nature and the Torah and more inclined to trust the enthusiasm of man ? Our desires being more handy than the desires of God. Both weary and wary of being cautious of the notion of being given over to our own desires. Spiritual PTSD and arrogance. But for the grace of God ….

  2. Bob Moffitt says:

    Thanks, Mike. A needed reminder for me.

  3. Dave says:

    The insight on zakar, remembering is a good one. Any thoughts on the delicate line between remembering, so that we see God in all things and rembering in ways that create an idol of fear, or nationalism, sentimentalism, or machismo, or self-reliance, all of which seem frequently at hand on a day of remebering?

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