Tonight, the Jewish High Holidays begin. Leonard Cohen wrote this about God: “Not knowing where to go, I go to you. Not knowing where to turn, I turn to you… I travel on a hair to you… I go through a pinhole of light. Blessed are you, who waits in the world.” (Book of Mercy, 1984).
Leonard Cohen’s Jewish Theodicy: We Are Waiting for Godot, But It Is We Who May Never Arrive By Marcia Pally Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Volume 32, Number 2, Summer 2020, pp. 121-143 Abstract: The work of Leonard Cohen, […]