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Once upon a time there was a rabbi. Whenever he wanted God's presence, he went to a special place in the woods, lit a fire, said some prayers and did a dance. Then God would appear to him.
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A friend of mine, an alcoholic in recovery, likes to explain the dynamics of an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting this way: "It's funny, the meetings are always the same, the exact same things get said over and over.
There is a story told about a Jewish farmer who, because he was careless, had to spend a Sabbath day in his field. Preoccupied with his work, he had let the sun go down without going home. Being a pious believer, he was not allowed to travel until sunset the next day.
EDMONTON –Catholic education is navigating in a challenging culture, but it's a culture that offers "wonderful new possibilities" says Holy Cross Father James Mulligan.
There's a story told of a young Jewish boy named Mortakai who refused to go to school. When he was six years old, his mother took him to school, but he cried and protested all the way and, immediately after she left, ran back home.