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This posting originally appeared on Rabbi Adam Morris’ blog modrash.blogspot.ca. Visit his blog for more postings.
When it seems that evil reveals itself within our most vulnerable places, Love is still our most powerful response.
When it seems that we have lost control over the instruments of violence, Love is still the most powerful weapon in our arsenal. When we cannot understand – with our minds or our hearts – how or why the innocent must suffer, Love is still our most powerful idea.
When we lose our balance by the undertow of our radical vulnerability and the precarious nature of life, Love is still our most powerful anchor.
When we doubt if we can truly construct a world that just, compassionate and peaceful, Love is still our most powerful tool.
Rabbi Adam Morris lives in Denver, Colorado, where he is the rabbi for Temple Micah, a Reform synagogue. Adam also servces as a consultant to the Seasons of the Spirit editorial team and will answer your questions at “Ask The Rabbi” on seasonsonline.ca.