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[14 Jan 2017 | No Comment | ]

TAQWA AND ANGER (VIOLENCE)
ImamDr. Zijad Delic

The Concept of Taqwa is an important way in the Muslim tradition to help the faithful in refraining from sin such as abuse and violence. It should filter through our thoughts, feelings, behaviors and actions.
The term Taqwa means to be conscious, aware, and mindful of the One who created us and gave us so many blessings. The more we are aware of Him and conscious of Him the less we will become engaged in the activities with which he would not be pleased.
The Prophet Muhammad …

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FEAR OF SHAME CAN WORK
Rabbi Michael Whitman

When I read John’s deep words, “what is man-made can be man-unmade,” I think of a Chassidic insight. Our rabbis teach the way to avoid sin is, “Da Mah L’Ma’aleh Mimchah – know What/Who is above you,” which means being conscious of God above us reminds us not to sin. A Chassidic master translated the words differently: know that what is above (your reputation and spiritual essence in heaven) is a result of what you do here.
Our rabbis warn us about anger: “One who …

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[19 Dec 2016 | No Comment | ]

VIOLENCE IS MAN-MADE AND CAN BE MAN-UNMADE
Father John Walsh

Violence has its many triggers. Fear, frustration, alienation, isolation, poverty, to name a few that lead to anger and eventually to violence. Violence is a symptom of what ails us the most but it has become systemic and culturally acceptable. We are not hard-wired to be violent; we are hard-wired to be empathic. What is man-made can be man-unmade. We must take the steps necessary to avoid the development of anger and there ae several ways to overcome anger. As a young …

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[24 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

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[31 Oct 2016 | One Comment | ]

RESPONDING TO FATHER JOHN’S PREVIOUS POST ON CONSCIENCE
Rabbi Michael Whitman

After reading John’s essay several times I realized two things: First, that John is a much deeper thinker than I am! Second, the work we are doing together gives us a chance to learn how much unpacking and translating is necessary from one tradition to another – even when the words used are simple and easily understandable in other contexts.
John argues for the supreme authority of conscience, questions the relationship between subjective and objective morality that flows from conscience, and distinguishes …