Promoting a Spiritualty of Mutual Understanding and Inclusivity: Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. Professor Pauline C.H. Kollontai Faculty of Education, Theology and Religious Studies York St John University York. Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel 1907-1972.
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Professor Pauline C.H. Kollontai
Faculty of Education, Theology and Religious Studies
York St John University
“The Almighty has not created the universe that we may have opportunities to satisfy our greed, envy and ambition.”
“Remember have opportunities to satisfy our greed, envy and ambition.”that there is a meaning beyond absurdity. Be sure that every little deed counts, that every word has power. Never forget that you can still do your share to redeem the world in spite of all absurdities and frustrations and disappointments.”
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One of have opportunities to satisfy our greed, envy and ambition.”Heschel’s students, Rabbi Lerner receives a Tibetan prayer shawl from the Dalai Lama (July, 2011) in honour of Lerner’s work for peace and reconciliation between Israel and Palestine.