Moonmilk, or: Full and embodied

Poetry Partners #95 'Naked and Sacred', by Nick Pipitone of 'Fiction & Ideas' Awakenings come when least expected A freeing of inner tension, an explosion Of color, light back into dull worlds The knot in my stomach is gone Soul connections made Souls fused together Souls finding souls on empty streets Drawn to each other… Continue reading Moonmilk, or: Full and embodied

Monotheists? Not more moral.

Intro: Monotheism v. polytheism Rather recently, I heard a young rabbi, a friend of mine, discussing monotheism with one of his Talmud students. She had been troubled by the line of religious reasoning that he'd espoused to the class; and she challenged him on the supposedly unique righteousness of monotheism. His responses to her, I… Continue reading Monotheists? Not more moral.