Unintended Success? Shemot 4:14-16: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have. Thomas Jefferson the torah’s multiple themes include both family relations and nation building. brotherhood also weighs heavy as a theme. brotherhood’s disastrous inception via cain and abel created a psychic wound on the master of the universe’s creation. despite amazing adviceContinue reading “Unintended Success? Shemot 4:14-16: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Honoring A Loss: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

long before the ten commandments, two brothers, filled with jealousy and conflict, created a legacy. for them, beyond their issues with each other, family relations and historical destiny separated them. in a time of loss, these two placed their personal grievances aside. for a moment, the space time continuum was filled with honor and peace.Continue reading “Honoring A Loss: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Den-Nation! Fox Cub Dominance. World Order Explained?

a researcher studied fox dens. fox cubs were observed from birth to the point they left the den to enter the world. this was documented in the paper “juvenile behavioural development and intra-litter hierarchy establishment in captive red fox cubs(vulpes vulpes.)” sandra alvarez-betancourt. “observations of captive foxes and infrared video of wild fox earths suggest thatContinue reading “Den-Nation! Fox Cub Dominance. World Order Explained?”

Oh Brother! Oh Sister! Was Honor Thy Father and Mother Meant for Another Reason? A Compelling Case

after god created man and woman, he was exposed to all of humanity’s faults. as humanity grew, parents were not disrespected. cain and abel did not appear to have any issues with adam and eve. to the contrary, it was cain who arguably disrespected god. this disrespect led to bad feelings which then led toContinue reading “Oh Brother! Oh Sister! Was Honor Thy Father and Mother Meant for Another Reason? A Compelling Case”