Sunday, February 04, 2007

“God’s omniscient justice is, to our limited understanding, almost indistinguishable from randomness.”

I just found this quote at a blog I discovered tonight. Really hits the nail on the head, doesn't it? The blog is a collection of divrei Torah. The blogger tells his readers:
The Internet is treif, but you might as well see a good Dvar Torah while you're here. Heh.

I actually found that one through another blog upon which I stumbled tonight.

Speaking of blogs that have newly come to my attention, this one has become a regular read for me. I think the blogosphere is at its best when it's used as a medium for giving support and advice. I think it's wonderful when you're given the opportunity to have meaningful conversations that can't or won't take place in your real life for whatever reason.

2 comments:

Ezzie said...

I think the blogosphere is at its best when it's used as a medium for giving support and advice. I think it's wonderful when you're given the opportunity to have meaningful conversations that can't or won't take place in your real life for whatever reason.

Amen! I don't know if people realize just how many people come online to read, learn about, and comment anonymously about serious issues they or people they know have. For every Rivka who actually authors a blog, there are tens who are struggling much more silently - and who are getting so much just from there being a blog like hers out there.

Barzilai said...

Thank you for your kind words.