Posts Tagged Divine Providence
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Posted by Yonason Goldson in Philosophy on March 19, 2015
What does the bar-headed goose have to teach us about striking spiritual balance in our lives? Is the separation of church and state really as fundamental to the constitution as everyone thinks it is? When is stress really a good thing?
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Don’t Depend on a Miracle…
Posted by Yonason Goldson in Culture on January 15, 2009
However, if one comes along, don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. These pictures a worth a look, and worth more than a thousand words.
The White Fedora
Posted by Yonason Goldson in Philosophy on November 16, 2008
Fate, doom, karma, destiny, Divine Providence — Jewish philosophy has its own name for the guiding hand of the Almighty: hashgocha pratis. It’s easy to dismiss as happenstance. But here’s how an instant of impulse shopping led me to imagine what it might be like if we could see the outcome of every situation.