The world is shaking.
People aren’t sure about what the future will bring.
CEOs of corporations are concerned that they may suddenly lose tremendous amounts of money.
Parents are fighting school boards to be able to have a say in their children’s upbringing.
Citizens question and challenge their leaders’ decisions.
Politicians are faced with huge challenges, and they struggle to find solutions.
There are vigorous debates about morals; what is right, and what is wrong.
People worry about their personal safety, upheavals, nuclear conflict.
There is much uncertainty.
And yet, there are signs of hope and optimism. Because we are searching.
When Viktor Frankl left the concentration camp, he walked a great distance without stopping. And then he stopped, he looked to G-d, and said words from Psalm 118: From the restrictiveness I call to You Lord, You answer me with the expansiveness of the Lord.
There is a thirst now to hear G-d’s words.