Jan 15Liked by Misha Saul

I enjoyed it you are are an excellent writer.

I have often speculated that Moses (who was an Egyptian prince with and Egyptian name) was actually an underground follower of Aton's religion and led a group of followers/slaves out of Egypt who became the original Hebrews. My own personal problems with Judaism is that orthodoxy is way too legalistic for my tastes (at my 100 year old grandmother's funeral we couldn't say the Kaddish because there weren't 10 men there) while Reform Judaism has always struck me as being bogus.

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This was fun. Thinking can be a sport.

For some reason it reminded me of this old blog post of mine. https://amba12.com/2021/01/08/a-sweeping-vision/

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Jan 14Liked by Misha Saul

Well, I’ve squarely and solidly hit two of the three. As for mono-foodism, would it be too much to ask to be able to stay on meat, potatoes and vegetables, an enjoyable trifecta? Oh, and those strips of dried beef put under the saddles of Ghengis Khan’s hordes was actually put there to soften it and make it edible. Enjoyable read. Something else to think about other then the miserable news. Cheers!

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