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Last year, it was revealed that former-President Bush had been learning to paint so he could paint the portraits of men and women he had ordered to serve in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, many of whom were profoundly wounded, either physically or psychologically. If we cannot say that we have alleviated even a modicum of pain in our midst, can we really say that we have lived well? Interestingly, the song—which is a duet between two potential young lovers—was not sung by someone who had played the role in Chester County. But without recompense and change in behavior, without doing some real hard work within my soul, then the words are only sounds. Many of us feel quite strongly about a whole range of issues, have attended rallies and vigils and protests; peace does not mean going home and shutting up.
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Voice of God from the grave : a sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. In these descriptions, we are told about Betzalel, the artist who crafted this structure—a man who was singled out by God—who was filled with the spirit of God in wisdom, and understanding, and knowledge in every kind of craft. A man, surely, of unique spirit. And God also assigns Oholiab to work with him, and other skilled members of the community to help, as well.
And in my midrashic imagination, Betzalel is a man who is singled out by God for his unique gifts, because the community itself might not have noticed the gifts he had to offer. And what a model that offers us. And other members of the community as well. And by calling him forth in front of the entire community to do this sacred work, Moses gives him a place of honor. Recognizing his gifts publicly.
And Betzalel is the one who gets to have the holy task of creating the holy space built so that the Divine can dwell with the people in that space. And, indeed, it is only when we honor the gifts of all members of the community—when we put systems in place so that all members of the community are welcomed—when we have removed the stumbling blocks that are huge, as well as the ones that no one had even noticed were there—it is then that we can truly create holy community.
And receive the gifts that each member of the community has to offer. Let us learn from this—may Betzalel be our reminder to create a community—to create a world—in which all are welcome—are embraced—not despite a disability that someone has, but because we value the gifts that only that individual can bring.
Gifts that are the essence of their spirit.
Gifts that others might ignore. Gifts that we need, in order to create sacred space.
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Being an anniversary celebration, they asked past performers to come and revisit their old favorites. Interestingly, the song—which is a duet between two potential young lovers—was not sung by someone who had played the role in Chester County. Seeing the two of them on stage and hearing his voice in particular, was truly magical. You could hear the echo of his younger self in the performance, but with all these other layers of life, all at the same time.
What do I mean? Well, let me quote journalist Sarah Tuttle Singer for a moment.