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Rabbi Michaele Whitman

January 28, 2018.:

Are We Our Brother’s Keeper?

When the Bible records the first murder, we read:
Cain rose up against his brother, Abel, and killed him.
God said to Cain: Where is your brother?
And Cain answered: I don’t know. Am I my brother’s keeper?
And God said: What have you done? Your brother’s blood cries out to me.

Our rabbis point out the original Hebrew does not read “dam achichah” singular, your brother’s blood; but “d’mei achichah” plural, your brother’s bloods.

Because a murder is never a single murder of a person.
It’s also the murder of a family.
It’s also the murder of a community.
It’s also the murder of a future.
It’s also the murder of an ideal – that all people are created in God’s image.

The murder of six innocent men a year ago, in a House of Prayer, is a challenge to every one of us. We gather today because the bloods of our brothers cry out.

One year ago I saw that blood – on the floor and on the walls of the mosque in St. Foy, and their blood continues to cry out.

We gather to respond and affirm, we are our brother’s keepers! We will oppose and condemn hatred and bigotry in all forms, against any person.

And we pray the words of Psalms (133):
A song of ascending, by David.
Behold what is good and beautiful,
When brothers and sisters dwell in unity.

Yes, God, we are our brother’s keepers!

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