Montag, 12. Dezember 2011

existential war

"I have not lost hope. I wake up in the morning, and God says to me, 'David, put on your tefillin and go to work. Don’t give up.' (...) He is pressuring me not to give up, to believe that I can contribute, not to stop believing that things can change, to get out of the war. It’s an existential war for me. What is happening today with religion is more dangerous than what’s happening with the Arabs. The Arabs want to kill my body – the Jews are killing my soul."
Rabbi David Hartman in einem Interview mit Ynet-News (12. Dezember)

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