Archive for May, 2015
I admire Koren’s introspective, self-critical, and quirky sense of humor with its very human message. It is very much aligned with KIND’s sense that we tend to be too afraid to stretch a hand or to crack a smile towards strangers. We need to get more comfortable invading each other’s space with some human warmth.
“Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become.”
It may get much bloodier and uglier before Nasrallah’s demise, but this article points to the cost he will eventually pay for subsuming Lebanon’s national interests to those of the Iranian regime’s aggressive policies.
This is a really beautiful story of kindness. Hessed is the Hebrew word for compassion and loving-kindness, and according to Ethics of Our Fathers, is one of three pillars that support the world. For me, Hessed is the essence of Judaism as well as its foundation, and it is what I love the most about the Jewish religion.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
- Maya Angelou
I always thought the portrayal of big tobacco as immoral or heartless and downright evil was a convenient exaggeration but their actions,as unveiled by John Oliver, really are beyond appalling!
Feeling inspired by these great organizations that are working to help our world.