Italians might wish a newborn “benvenuti alla luce”—welcome to the light—but whenever I see a baby, one of my first thoughts is “Welcome to the battlefield.” Take a look . . .
Ancient Israelites as well as those in the Second Temple period—including the first century with Jesus (Yeshua, his Hebrew name)—have long embraced a soul-body perspective. Here’s what that means for you . . .
Symbiotic. That’s what some rabbis say about what I call the soul-body dynamic—our God-breathed soul with its three nuances. But there’s a battle going on. Here are seven rules of engagement to live by . . .
Life has its ragged edges. No wonder your soul in its earth-tethered body can get messed up, turned upside down, or totally d-e-r-a-i-l-e-d. Like a character in this film by Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini. Let’s discuss . . .