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“Rabbi Michael Lerner has an excellent essay in Tikkun urging Christians to respond to Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ with what he calls the Gospel of Love.”
“Therefore, I raise a central tenet of Jewish tradition known as Tikkun Olam -- meaning the transformation, healing and repairing of the world so that it becomes a more just, peaceful, nurturing and perfect place.”
“In the final section of her book entitled, "Restoring the World," she writes of a theological concept from the Kabbalah called Tikkun Olam, meaning to repair and restore the world.”
“I support Tikkun, which is a organization of Jews, Christians, and Muslims devoted to helping both sides find a way out of this mess peacefully.”
“The Dalai Lama will join Rabbi Michael Lerner, founding editor of the progressive Jewish interfaith magazine Tikkun, which is dedicated to building bridges between religious...”
“So while among leaders such as Bill Gates and Christine Lagarde, listening to them talk about how to solve the world's most pressing issues, I think to myself how each one of them could create a similar network of lifesavers in their own country, thus enabling them to also be prepared to save a life and become a hero, and truly live up to the idea of Tikkun Olam -- repairing the world -- by just helping someone in need.”
“I was at a Democratic meeting in my congressional district late last year at which an AIPAC agent was holding forth and trying to brand as illegitimate the views of American Jewish organizations like Peace Now and individuals such as Tikkun editor & rabbi Michael Lerner.”
“In addition, she contributes regularly to Jewish journals such as Tikkun, where she served as poetry editor from 1988 to 1996, and Lilith, where she became poetry editor in 2000.”
“In the March/April issue of "Tikkun", a bimonthly "Jewish Critique of of Politics, Culture & Society," author Dr. David Ray Griffin asserts the Administration never proved the 9/11 attacks were made by Osama bin Laden.”
“All of this, and more, is contained in the March/April issue of "Tikkun" magazine, "a bimonthly Jewish critique of Politics, Culture & Society.”
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