There are always a million thoughts and feelings swimming around the eternal perimeter of my mind. In the background, the sound of the nostalgic Friday night song, Shalom Aleichem. Floating on the periphery, the sundry details of the day that I mull over in my head, the tasks I must accomplish. At the forefront, the lingering questions of “When will we go?” or “What does tomorrow bring?” Thoughts of faith, doubt, and love. Tremors of anger, hatred, and disgust – for where we stand in the scheme of history as human beings, the crumbling precipice to which all of humanity now clings. …Continue reading on Vision Magazine.