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Interview with Ami Kaye – December 2014

Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal for a conversation with Ami Kaye. More information to follow soon! To learn more about Ami Kaye please visit: http://amikaye.com/   The Tiferet Journal is most pleased to also offer to...

Will You Be My Mother?

I had been in Rwanda for a month, tracing the footsteps of the genocide in the ten thousand hills. This was my last morning, alone in the genocide museum near Kigali. The perfect place...

Anger and Vengeance from the “JuBuSto” Perspective

Anger and Vengeance from the “JuBuSto” Perspective Ronald Pies MD   In my last posting, I discussed my ongoing project, “The Three-Petalled Rose,” and its foundational premise that Judaism, Buddhism, and Stoicism have many features, in common....

” THE MASTER’S WORDS ……………… “

ah, the Joy of loving ....................ah ! the bliss of not-twoness in being ........... where the giver and the reciever become One in giving, and recieving where Giving is recieving, and Recieving giving ...........     There is no end To...

Book Launch Wild Joy:Ruminations

Book Launch: Wild Joy:Ruminations, 112 pp, River Sanctuary Publishing. Read what Vern Barnet, "Faiths & Beliefs" columnist for The Kansas City Star, says about this volume of Ecstatic Poetry: with the freshness of an adolescent's first...

Episode 64: Khadijah Queen

Please join us as our Tiferet Talk Interviews host Gayle Brandeis, are most honored and pleased to have award winning poet, writer, editor and teacher, Khadijah Queen. Khadijah Queen is the author of Conduit and...

If Only Yesterday And Not Tomorrow

Me - the muse His words are oxygen to a dying fire. His voice is remedy to an ailing heart. Yet his love is torture to a longing soul, And his answers are questions to a puzzled mind. How...

The Belief Spectrum

I've been thinking about this topic for a while. As I have ruminated over it, I have discarded a multitude of threads, some of them possibly valuable, but nevertheless, here I am today. I don't really feel...

Caught in stereotype

I'm always so grateful to be confronted with my own prejudices in order to weed them out. Last week, as part of a global series I'm doing,  I interviewed a water exec from Saudi...
Hune Margulies

Excerpt from Martin Buber’s Primordial Religiosity by Hune Margulies

This essay appears in our Summer 2022 issue. Click here to read the rest of Dr. Margulies’ essay and the entire issue for free. Our gift to you. My reading of Martin Buber takes me...