Revelation, for Rosenzweig, does not merely enable a person exposure to that which was hitherto concealed from him.
Before a baby comes into the cot, They leave her in the field To listen to the jackals and peacocks, To store up dew and sweltering
You advise me that we are going Wandering. I organise a demonstration in protest But go as you command.
And that’s me – your teacher, Here before you and what I demand Is to step back a little from yourself,
“And he lifted his eyes and saw Benjamin, his brother, the son of his mother” (Genesis, 43:29), Parashat Miketz.
Since our first conversation we weaved a dream: to give our future children and ourselves natural births, at home.