“Religion today is very busy; churches and synagogues are beehives of activity; the plant of God just hums with activity. But who ever is quiet long enough to hear what God is saying?”
Rabbi Olan’s message from January 8, 1961 encourages us to slow down and calm down. In the frantic pace of modern life, we tend to become oblivious to new beauty, new truths, and the still, small voice of God.
“Having ears we of this generation hear nothing of the voice of God, having eyes, we see not the vision of the prophet.”