I play with Aristotelian Value Ethics to try to unravel the mystery of how G-d can be both perfectly just and perfectly merciful.
In this episode I talk of how Hanukkah lucks into embodying a key theme of the bible in that it is a terribly minor holiday raised high by providence.
In this episode I compare the various increase and decrease methods, how they are done, and what effect each provides.
In this episode I talk about shawls, and how they sneak into a knitter’s life.
In this episode I talk about the Kol Nidre prayer, which has had a contentious history. I explain where it applies and what it means.
In this episode I talk about the high holidays and the Torah and Haftorah portions we read on those days.
I talk about surprises, in yarn clubs, in home decor, and in our souls before G-d.
In this episode I compare various faiths to various circular cast on methods. I’m more a knit into the loop then yarn over kind of girl.
In this episode I talk about the history of knitting in Japan, particularly as it applies to the samurai class as they lost power in the transition between the Tokugawa and Meiji eras.
The Unique Sheep has a new club–stitch and sip.
I talked about my summer reading, in particular Stupid American History
and Terminator Salvation: The Official Movie Novelization. I’m listening to Heaven. If you haven’t given that a listen yet, do, it’s quite good.
This is the baby blanket I’ve finished.