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Bemidbar - 60 second video sermon

"I've been through the desert on a horse with no name... in the desert, you can't remember your name"

Singer, Dewey Bunell, wrote these words for the band America and said that the song is:


"a metaphor for a vehicle to get away from life's confusion into a quiet, peaceful place".


Is this what our Rabbis mean when they say in Bemidbar Rabbah that each of us should be "kamidbar hefker" - ownerless and open like a desert?



I think there's actually a distinction between the two, which is bourne out in this week's parasha... I hope we can all get the balance right. The right combination of strong identity and openness to receive something new has always been important, but I'd suggest now more than ever.


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