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Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Robert A. Heinlein
#1. The second point I want to make is that you are right; the boy does indeed have to learn human customs. He must be taught to take off his shoes in a mosque and to wear his hat in a synagogue and to cover his nakedness when taboo requires it, or our tribal shamans will burn him for deviationism. But, child, by the myriad deceptive aspects of Ahriman, don't brainwash him in the process. Make sure he is cynical about each part of it. #Quote by Robert A. Heinlein
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Anne Lamott
#2. Amen" is how most of us end our prayers, the standard response to prayers in the synagogue and the church and the mosque. The word means "And so it is" or "Truly." Well, that's very nice, but what on earth does "it" mean? What is? The people praying are the ones saying "Amen," so it's not God saying bossily, like Judge Judy, "So it is. All done. Go away. Get some help with that anger." It is us, the damaged, hopeless people, lifting up our hope, hate, gratitude, fear, and shame, saying, Boy, do we hope we are right about this God stuff. #Quote by Anne Lamott
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Pope Benedict XVI
#3. Is there more that we can discern about the nature and content of the unity for which Jesus prayed? One essential element of this unity has already emerged from our considerations thus far: it depends on faith in God and in the one whom he sent: Jesus Christ. The unity of the future Church therefore rests on the faith that Peter proclaimed in the name of the Twelve in the synagogue at Capernaum, after other disciples had turned away: "We have believed, and have come to know, that you are the Holy One of God" (Jn 6:69). This #Quote by Pope Benedict XVI
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Elif Shafak
#4. You can study God through everything and everyone in the universe, because God is not confined in a mosque, synagogue or church. But if you are still in need of knowing where exactly His abode is, there is only one place to look for Him: in the heart of a true lover. #Quote by Elif Shafak
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Susan Isaacs
#5. I was always the weirdo who wanted to have an egalitarian service in synagogue and felt I was always going against the grain. #Quote by Susan Isaacs
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Heather Choate Davis
#6. Even if we've never been inside a synagogue or a mosque or a church - even if we have, and vowed never to go back - deep down in our striving hearts, beneath all the ambition and the fear, we suspect that we were made for a different sort of life. #Quote by Heather Choate Davis
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Karen Salmansohn
#7. Religious people are simply following major core practices of happy people. For example, one benefits from the guaranteed social support that can be found in a church, synagogue, or mosque. #Quote by Karen Salmansohn
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Hafez
#8. Everyone, whether he is self-denying or self-indulgent, is seeking after the Beloved. Every place may be the shrine of love, whether it be mosque or synagogue. #Quote by Hafez
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Barbara Walters
#9. Although I myself don't go to church or synagogue, I do, whether it's superstition or whatever, pray every time I get on a plane. I just automatically do it. I say the same thing every time. #Quote by Barbara Walters
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Stephen Fry
#10. At John Schlesinger's funeral at a synagogue in St John's Wood some years ago the person I stood next to said to me encouragingly, 'Come on, Stephen - you're not singing. Have a go!' 'Believe me, Paul, you don't want me to,' I said. Besides, I was having a much better time listening to him. 'No. Go on!' So I joined in the chorus. 'You're right,' Paul McCartney conceded. 'You can't sing. #Quote by Stephen Fry
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Tov Rose
#11. Most people do not realize that the Apostle John was actually using terminology familiar to 1st Century Jewish people. It was familiar, because it was language read in the Targums in the Synagogue every week. What John was doing by stating his first sentence in the manner was very similar to the technique used at the time (and today in some Orthodox Jewish sects), whereby one person would recite the first verse of a Psalm, and the students (or members of the Synagogue), would begin to recite the rest of the Psalm. Jesus did this as is recorded in the New Testament. The hearers should have understood to recite the entirety of Psalm 22 in response, "And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, 'Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" that is, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?'" Matthew 27:46 #Quote by Tov Rose
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Mandy Patinkin
#12. I grew up in Synagogue in the boys' choir. We didn't listen to music in the house; only at temple. Then I went to a mostly African American high school on the South Side of Chicago and joined a gospel choir. #Quote by Mandy Patinkin
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Meir Soloveichik
#13. Throughout its history, the members of Shearith Israel have observed Thanksgiving by reciting in synagogue the same psalms of praise and gratitude sung by Jews all over the world on festive days like Hanukkah. #Quote by Meir Soloveichik
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Mahmud Shabistari
#14. When "I" and "You" are absent, I've no idea if this is a mosque, synagogue, church or temple #Quote by Mahmud Shabistari
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Barbara De Angelis
#15. The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make - not just on your wedding day, but over and over again - and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife. #Quote by Barbara De Angelis
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Maya Angelou
#16. The public library building, in my view, is just a little lower than the church, the cathedral, the temple, the synagogue and the mosque. Within those walls and along those stacks, I have found security and assurance. #Quote by Maya Angelou
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Ron Perlman
#17. I'm not religious, but I am spiritual. I have my own relationship with a being that I consider to be everywhere. All and everything. I don't need a church or a synagogue or a mosque. I don't need to kneel down, I don't need to stand up, I don't need to be hanging from a thread. #Quote by Ron Perlman
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Lionel Blue
#18. My mother was a modern woman with a limited interest in religion. When the sun set and the fast of the Day of Atonement ended, she shot from the synagogue like a rocket to dance the Charleston. #Quote by Lionel Blue
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Cornel West
#19. I love the academy in terms of the life of the mind and the world of ideas. I also love the streets. I love the churches and mosques and synagogues. I love the trade union centers. I love the community centers. I speak regularly at prisons and so forth. #Quote by Cornel West
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Mark Batterson
#20. If the kingdom of God had departments, we'd want to work in research and development. We felt like Jesus didn't hang out at the synagogue, he hung out at wells. Coffeehouses are postmodern wells. Let's not wait for people to come to us, let's go to them. #Quote by Mark Batterson
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Peter Enns
#21. As Luke's story unfolds, Jesus continues to undermine expectations involving political power and Jewish identity. In his first public appearance, in a synagogue service, he claims to be the messiah, which creates quite a buzz of support - until he tells them that he will bless Gentiles and be rejected by his own kinsmen. The crowd responds by trying to throw Jesus off a cliff. Israel's messiah isn't supposed to say things like this. #Quote by Peter Enns
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Edith Hahn Beer
#22. We were sent to the Judengottesdienst, the children's service at the synagogue on Saturday afternoons. The maid was supposed to take us. But she was a Catholic, like most Austrians, and she feared the synagogue; and my mother - a working woman, dependent on her help - feared the maid. #Quote by Edith Hahn Beer
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Elif Shafak
#23. One of the rules says, You can study God through everything and everyone in the universe, because God is not confined in a mosque, synagogue, or church. But if you are still in need of knowing where exactly His abode is, there is only one place to look for Him: in the heart of a true lover. There is no one who has lived after seeing Him, just like there is no one who has died after seeing Him. Whoever finds Him will remain with Him forever. #Quote by Elif Shafak
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by St. Jerome
#24. If you call [the synagogue] a brothel, a den of vice, the devil's refuge, Satan's fortress, a place to deprave the soul, an abyss of every conceivable disaster or whatever else you will, you are still saying less than it deserves. #Quote by St. Jerome
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Rachel Zoe
#25. I know some people say that high fashion should not be worn at synagogue. I, on the other hand, think that it is of the utmost importance that the Goldbergs from down the street see you in the new Chanel Fall 2010 Yom Kippur line. #Quote by Rachel Zoe
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by David Novak
#26. The most important part of the process of mourning is regularly reciting kaddish in a synagogue. Kaddish is a doxology, which Jewish tradition has mandated children to recite daily in a synagogue during the year of mourning for a deceased parent and then on the anniversary of his or her death thereafter. #Quote by David Novak
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Tommy Lapid
#27. It is very difficult to be a non-religious Jew outside Israel. The synagogue keeps Jews together in the Diaspora. In Israel, you are a Jew from morning to night. We don't even have to think about it, just as a Dutch citizen doesn't spend his whole day thinking about the fact that he is a Dutch citizen. It's a given. #Quote by Tommy Lapid
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Judith Butler
#28. My parents were practicing Jews. My mother grew up in an orthodox synagogue, and after my grandfather died, she went to a conservative synagogue and a little later ended up in a reform synagogue. My father was in reform synagogues from the beginning. #Quote by Judith Butler
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Jill Soloway
#29. I noticed that people were craving a way of reinterpreting tradition and of being Jewish without joining a synagogue. #Quote by Jill Soloway
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Alan Dershowitz
#30. In my neighborhood, everyone had an opinion on the local cantor. You didn't go to a synagogue to listen to the rabbi's sermon. You went to listen to the cantor. It was like a concert. #Quote by Alan Dershowitz
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Caroline Leavitt
#31. I had always known that I was Jewish - we celebrated the holidays, we went to a synagogue - but I had never known that I was supposed to feel ashamed about it. #Quote by Caroline Leavitt
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#32. You won't find Christ in the church - you won't find Krishna in the temple - you won't find Jehovah in the synagogue - you won't find Allah in the mosque - the only place they reside is in the humans. Lend a hand to a human in misery and it'll be the highest service to the lord. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Israel Zolli
#33. I have not given it [synagogue] up. Christianity is the completion of the synagogue, for the synagogue was a promise, and Christianity is the fulfillment of that promise. #Quote by Israel Zolli
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Victor Hugo
#34. Whenever we encounter the Infinite in man, however imperfectly understood, we treat it with respect. Whether in the synagogue, the mosque, the pagoda, or the wigwam, there is a hideous aspect which we execrate and a sublime aspect which we venerate. So great a subject for spiritual contemplation, such measureless dreaming - the echo of God on the human wall! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Susan Isaacs
#35. We joined a Conservative synagogue. I began learning through engagement, rote and reading. Suddenly, I belonged ... well, to the extent that a novelist can ever feel she is part of a group; we may be part of a minyan, but we're not fully merged into the community. #Quote by Susan Isaacs
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Lenny Abrahamson
#36. I did go to cheder and was a bar mitzvah. We were members of an Orthodox synagogue, although we were not religious. My grandfather was Polish. He came to Ireland in the '30s. #Quote by Lenny Abrahamson
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Liel Leibovitz
#37. You feel the same hum at a Cohen concert that you do at a church or a synagogue, a feeling that emanates from the realization that the words and tunes you're about to hear represent the best efforts we humans can make to capture the mysteries that surround us, and that by listening and closing your eyes and singing along, you, too can somehow transcend. #Quote by Liel Leibovitz
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by David Steinberg
#38. My father was a rabbi and had a little synagogue in Canada, so I'm from Canada. I left there at 16. #Quote by David Steinberg
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Louis De Bernieres
#39. I am no philosopher, but I know this. Your religions cause wars and prevent marriages. There will be no peace on earth until every synagogue, every mosque, every church, and every temple is razed to the ground or made into a barn, and when that happens, no one will be happier than the Lord God Himself. #Quote by Louis De Bernieres
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Mary McCarthy
#40. The Venetians catalogue everything, including themselves. 'These grapes are brown,' I complain to the young vegetable-dealer in Santa Maria Formosa. 'What is wrong with that ? I am brown,' he replies. 'I am the housemaid of the painter Vedova,' says a maid, answering the telephone. 'I am a Jew,' begins a cross-eyed stranger who is next in line in a bookshop. 'Would you care to see the synagogue?'
Almost any Venetian, even a child, will abandon whatever he is doing in order to show you something. They do not merely give directions; they lead, or in some cases follow, to make sure you are still on the right way. Their great fear is that you will miss an artistic or 'typical' sight. A sacristan, who has already been tipped, will not let you leave until you have seen the last Palma Giovane. The 'pope' of the Chiesa dei Greci calls up to his housekeeper to throw his black hat out the window and settles it firmly on his broad brow so that he can lead us personally to the Archaeological Museum in the Piazza San Marco; he is afraid that, if he does not see to it, we shall miss the Greek statuary there.
This is Venetian courtesy. Foreigners who have lived here a long time dismiss it with observation : 'They have nothing else to do.' But idleness here is alert, on the qui vive for the opportunity of sightseeing; nothing delights a born Venetian so much as a free gondola ride. When the funeral gondola, a great black-and-gold ornate hearse, draws up beside a fondamenta, it is #Quote by Mary McCarthy
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Frank Chase Jr
#41. Where did Jesus' ministry resources come from? The Scriptures give eight sources of possible income for the moneybag carried by Judas. The following Scriptures will show that Jesus never asked the synagogue congregants for free-will offerings. Nor do we see the synagogue leaders asking people to make offerings to Jesus. The custom in Jesus' time involved charity and taking care of the needs of travelers including those who preached? #Quote by Frank Chase Jr
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Mary Antin
#42. One positive command he gave us: You shall love and honor your emperor. In every congregation a prayer must be said for the czar's health, or the chief of police would close the synagogue. #Quote by Mary Antin
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#43. And so was the synagogue lifted and moved. It was in 1783 that wheels were attached, making the shtetl's ever-changing negotiation of Jewishness and Humanness less of a schlep. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Felix Frankfurter
#44. Certainly the affirmative pursuit of one's convictions about the ultimate mystery of the universe and man's relation to it is placed beyond the reach of law. Government may not interfere with organized or individual expressions of belief or disbelief. Propagation of belief - or even of disbelief - in the supernatural is protected, whether in church or chapel, mosque or synagogue, tabernacle or meeting-house. #Quote by Felix Frankfurter
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Richard Kadrey
#45. Nothing moves. Nothing makes a sound. It's as quiet as a pulled-pork-rib joint next to a synagogue. I #Quote by Richard Kadrey
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Nicholas Winton
#46. I know crowds of people who go to church and the synagogue who aren't religious. #Quote by Nicholas Winton
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Alan Watts
#47. The style of God venerated in the church, mosque, or synagogue seems completely different from the style of the natural universe. #Quote by Alan Watts
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Norm Phelps
#48. If we are not able to bring the churches, the synagogues, [and] the mosques around to the animal rights view, we will never make large-scale progress for animal rights in the United States. #Quote by Norm Phelps
Beiteinu Synagogue quotes by Gene Robinson
#49. I think people often come to the synagogue, mosque, the church looking for God, and what we give them is religion. #Quote by Gene Robinson

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