Jeremiah writes, "The themes of life and our interaction with material pleasure presented by Kohelet seem out of place for the joyous holiday of Sukkot."
Jeremiah writes, "God is depicted many ways in Judaism. As a loving Father and a just King, God is approached by the Jewish people through prayer, both by spontaneous heartfelt expressions and deeply meaningful liturgical prayers. "
Jeremiah writes, "The land of Israel is teeming with life. From the lush greenery in the north, to the forests in the center all the way down to breathtaking beauty of the southern desert with its wide streams and oases. However, this has not always been the case."
Jeremiah writes, "Whatever the reason is for this preoccupation with the end of the world, I’m not sure that it is healthy or constructive for believers to get caught up in the hype. What if all this worrying about the end times is actually counter-intuitive? What if we are unknowingly delaying the return of the Messiah because of our end-times hang-up?"