Thou Shalt Not Punch Someone 132 Times: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

‘If not you, then who?┬áIf not now, when?’ hillel what happened in yonkers must not stay in yonkers. an asian-american woman was severely beaten. she was struck 132 times in a hate crime attack. dailymail.com beyond her being struck over a hundred times, the attacker felt the need to exact violence on an innocent andContinue reading “Thou Shalt Not Punch Someone 132 Times: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Machines, Humanity, and a Canadian Tragedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story

“talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road,” deuteronomy 6:5 operating a motor vehicle is a privilege. improperly operated, they are instruments of death and destruction. this operational impropriety can range from inattentive negligence to sinister intent. the tianamen square incident, as discussed in a prior blog, representsContinue reading “Machines, Humanity, and a Canadian Tragedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story”