What is this place?
—A waystation for nonsaints, fools, and ordinary spiritual pilgrims to inquire and reflect on what it is we talk about when we talk about God.
—A refuge for those of us who are confused, unsure, or curious about God, who feel abandoned by or angry at God, or who are lonely for God.
—A dwelling beyond the houses of fundamentalism and secularism, our tent flaps open in all directions to welcome the stranger, for we remember what it is to be a stranger in a strange land.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Shabbat Shalom!--Elul 21
Selichot begins at midnight tonight. The first of my four Selichot posts will appear then.