Thursday, January 18, 2007

The Sephardic Rabbi

The Sephardic Rabbi of 1921.
Every once and a while a wise man from one of our nations will have a chance meeting with a Rabbi, then all of a sudden a mystical experience will emerge.
What some of us have found out, though initially some what painful to break down a cultural barrier or two, that before the European invasion - as some our Wounded Knee Creek radicals will claim, we are considered a Righteous Peoples in both the traditional text of " The Torah " and more comprehensively in the resulting historical interpretations of its oral transmissions through the Talmud.
Very much and with vast amounts of writings, like for example there is a single Jewish spiritual ethos of habbit or mitzvahs a blessing is said when a star in the darken night is first seen, or over a first drink of water in the new morning. In several Native American Nations similar spiritual habits or mitzvahs are likewise said. Like other examples. It could be a tall standing tree, and as a result of it being an important part of creation a blessing is said. The same for the first appearance of day light, the rise of the moon, and more.
For us this is not strange, for likewise, many in our various nations, not all, did the same, and likewise honored all living things, the Jewish term Chaim, even there are some nations traditions in which ritual slaughter of meat is observed.
We do not make graven images either, and think of creation beyond our humble craspe; though like the Chassidim we do have our legends of conflicts between the forces of goodness verses evil.
In close examination we are almost set in a way in which the Spehardim are most closer to our own ways, and as such in the perception I created for you, in the previous blogs, you must open even larger, and allow the spirit to grow, as you are still in the beginning of your education. More importantly, the Jewish tradition is of extreme importance in the survival of the Americas'.
Many of my nation see connections, and wonder Israel and foresee oursleves returning to our own reclaimed homelands.

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