About This Blog

Rabbi David Kominsky uses this blog to put out some thoughts on spirituality. Often I’ll be talking about Jewish spirituality, or the spirituality of knitting or workplace spirituality. Sometimes, multiple of these topics will intersect, and I’m sure there will be times when spirituality is only a secondary theme.

If there are subjects you’d like to see me address, please feel free to mention them here. No promises, but I’ll see what I can do.

3 Responses to “About This Blog”

  1. Ann Wallace Says:

    Thank you for your commentary on “…a stranger in the land of Egypt.” My 11-year-old daughter was having trouble saying what she knew was the meaning of its use by a mother to her son in a short story as part of her 6th grade reading course in school. Your blog entry helped her identify the meaning in the context of the story for a Q&A she is completing.

  2. Fresh romace Says:

    Thank you for your commentary on “…a stranger in the land of Egypt.” My 11-year-old daughter was having trouble saying what she knew was the meaning of its use by a mother to her son in a short story as part of her 6th grade reading course in school. Your blog entry helped her identify the meaning in the context of the story for a Q&A she is completing.
    +1


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