I am thinking about King David. Yes, the Jewish hero king, who unified the southern and northern kingdoms 3,000 years ago, declared Jerusalem our spiritual center and killed the giant Goliath. I have often thought about him when our nation is riveted by scandal and riven by discontent. I have thought about David before—first when Professor Anita Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee (yes, I am that old), and then when President Clinton evaded telling the truth about his affairs, and now again as I watch Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony and Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s denials. King David was an extraordinarily powerful man. He also had unrivaled character. One day David spied Batsheva bathing on a rooftop near the palace.... This post continues on The Wisdom Daily.
"From the place where we are right flowers will never grow in the spring." Yehuda Amichai