Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Up there: a far-sighted leader -- or is he arrogant, a tyrant? Down here, facing him: an ambitious troublemaking rebel -- or is he a democratic visionary?
These issues arise again and again in our own lives, inside us and around us:
Facing down our own rigidity -- to shake our selves into a messy puddle, or to shape a new, more fluid dancing in the world?
Challenging a father -- to ruin him, or learn to stand alongside, joyful comrades?