The Hope of Christian and Jew

“If ever there was a generation in history that felt hopeless, it is the present one. It will take a miracle to get us out of our doom-like mood.”

April 14, 1968

Once again, Rabbi Olan speaks to our time.  Between COVID, war in Europe, mass shootings, a broken political system, and climate change, we might even be tempted to say to him, “1968 was child’s play!”

Does his belief in hope, in a “moral universe,” ring true for you today?

“This is a moral universe in which we reap what we sow.  It is thus a hopeful place into which we were born because we can, if we choose, get the results we seek.  We need but do what will bring them.”

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*Written by Joshua F. Hirsch*