"David," say his friend, "we better get out of here. There are two of them, and we're alone!"
"Good afternoon," says Schwartz.
"Afternoon," says the farmer.
"Where you headed?" asks Schwartz.
"What do you have in the wagon?"
"Manure, eh? What do you do with it?"
"I spread it over the fruit."
At last week's Shabbat-in-the-Round, I read a passage that resonated with a number of people, so i'm sharing it here: "A Contemplation for Non-Believers," from Siddur Shaar Zahav. Feel free to incorporate it into your own prayers (or non-prayers!). We at TBE encourage all kinds of questioning.
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