An All Hands On Deck Moment In the Case of the Stolen Hand: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

the unconscionable prosthetic hand theft may have changed the prospects for a one-armed baseball player. major league baseball has a history of one-armed players. there was peter gray of the st. louis browns, and the pitching great jim abbott of the california angels and the summer olympics. for parker hanson, big league dreams are aContinue reading “An All Hands On Deck Moment In the Case of the Stolen Hand: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Bullying: A Ten Commandments’ Issue That Was Addressed By The Master

in the book of leviticus, there is the torah portion kedoshim, chapter 19. kedoshim is, in part, a restatement of the ten commandments. kedoshim includes the commandments concerning one god, honoring your mother and father, honoring the sabbath, the lying, and using god’s name in vain. vayikra also expounds upon the commandments. bullying was anContinue reading “Bullying: A Ten Commandments’ Issue That Was Addressed By The Master”

Our Neighbor Was An (Undercover) Angel

the ten commandments express great concern over our treatment of neighbors. we should not covet them, lie against them, or steal from them. why? perhaps, some of the reasoning to protect neighbors is that they can be wonderful. great neighbors can make our lives fulfilled and enriched. likewise, our reciprocity can enhance their lives asContinue reading “Our Neighbor Was An (Undercover) Angel”