Kosher Queers

88 — Pinchas: Treated Like Children, Acting Like Adults

July 01, 2021 Season 2 Episode 88
Kosher Queers
88 — Pinchas: Treated Like Children, Acting Like Adults
Show Notes

This week, we learn about how if you see a stick in a dream, it's because G-d is sticking by you. Also, we diagnose Jeremiah with ADHD, discuss how new relationship energy can disguise problematic dynamics, and Lulav starts writing A Gamer's Translation of Tanakh

Transcript available here.

Lulav is running a game of Heart: The City Beneath by Grant Howard and Christopher Taylor, which you can buy a PDF of here. You can listen to the newest season of the tabletop roleplay podcast Friends at the Table season, Sangfielle, here. Here's the Jack Johnson song "The 3 R's." The song Jaz was talking about, where the number 1 is for G-d, 2 is for the tablets, 3 is for the patriarchs and 4 is for the matriarchs is called "Echad Mi Yodea" or "Who Knows One?" and the full lyrics are available here (and 10 is, in fact, for the commandments). 

This week's reading is Jeremiah 1:1–2:3. Next week's reading is Isaiah 66:1-24.

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