I listen to The Daily while I’m having coffee, making the bed, taking a walk, between errands. It’s a kind of meditative interval.
After 18 conversations, there are insights — but still no answers. And that’s as it should be.
“She sat close to the stage, one seat from the aisle, and told the cast afterwards she was moved to laughter and tears.”
Karyn Kedar: Don’t try to control the mystery; find the beauty in it.
Ari Lamm: God took off the training wheels and it’s up to us now.
Jason Rubenstein: A life of religion includes stubborn hope — for the dream that often looks unlikely.
Elizabeth Sacks: The song can lead us to the spirituality.
After 18 interviews with Jewish thinkers about God, the tables are turned; Yehuda Kurtzer interviews Abigail Pogrebin about her theology.
Yehuda Kurtzer: We should model seeking; not certainty.
Amy Schwartzman: The doorway to the divine is opened by us.