I don’t much like reading any more as I’ve read more than enough explanations accusations rationalizations incarnations of old disputations empty words for empty stomachs nothing to sink teeth into for many while exorbitant feasts for a few yes, I’m even tired of these words writing reading listening while wild fires forage famines feast diseases prevail over results of my every action reactions to human infestation rushing toward entropy crisis the turning teshuva the return to healing requires movement (re)direction turning inertia toward tikkun olam
teshuva — to return, usually used in the sense of returning to (the Jewish) faith, from Hosea 14:2–3: “Return, O Israel, to the Lord your God, for you have stumbled in your iniquity. Take words with yourselves and return to the Lord. Say, "You shall forgive all iniquity and teach us good, and let us render bulls our lips.” ——— tikkun olam — the healing (or repair) of the world (or creation), according to Kabbalah, this is our purpose as humans.
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