Thursday, May 01, 2008

Jewish Duality vs. Dualism: The May Synchroblog

Last month the JMMM blog participated in a multi-blog exploration of mythic motherhood in honor of Mother's Day. In May, the coordinator of this effort wants to do it again, only with the theme of "Duality." As it happens, I have already written quite a bit on this topic. So my contribution this month is to link interested readers back to a series I wrote that revolved around Chassidut, Hasidic philosophy. The way my blog files, the bottom of the list is the earliest entry, so if you want to follow the thread, start with the link labelled "1" and work your way up.

4. God of TaNaKH, God of Kabbalah
3. Monism, Unity, and Duality in Judaism
2. Kedushat Levi: Bridging between Void and Fullness
1. Ain and Yesh: Being and Nothingness in Judaism

Other participants in the synablog include:

Between Old and New Moons
Goddess in a Teapot
The Aquila ka Hecate
Full Circle Earthwise News
Mythprint (all the myth that’s fit to print)
Stone Circle
Women and Spirituality
Frontiers of Wonder
Paleothea - Sing, Goddess
Quaker Pagan Reflections
Heart of Flame
Pitch 313
Executive Pagan
Druid’s Apprentice
The Druid Journal
Manzanita, Redwoods and Laurel
Dream Builders: A Figment of Imagination
When Isis Rises

Zal G'mor: To learn more, consult the Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic, and Mysticism: http://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Jewish-Myth-Magic-Mysticism/dp/0738709050


Blogger Donna L. Faber said...

Hi ... pleased to meet you. Here is my contribution to AVenifica's synchroblog challenge ...
I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed yours.

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