Many people connect to their spirituality in nature as columnist Rabbi Brad L. Bloom did on Mount Sinai, when I climbed the mountain of Moses in the Sinai desert and looked out to behold the Sinai Mountain range, where God gave the Torah to the children of Israel.
Many people connect to their spirituality in nature as columnist Rabbi Brad L. Bloom did on Mount Sinai, when I climbed the mountain of Moses in the Sinai desert and looked out to behold the Sinai Mountain range, where God gave the Torah to the children of Israel. McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Many people connect to their spirituality in nature as columnist Rabbi Brad L. Bloom did on Mount Sinai, when I climbed the mountain of Moses in the Sinai desert and looked out to behold the Sinai Mountain range, where God gave the Torah to the children of Israel. McClatchy-Tribune News Service

Spiritual moments in modern age link us to that which is Divine

August 01, 2014 4:01 PM

About Rabbi Brad Bloom

Rabbi Brad Bloom

@RabbiBloom

Rabbi Brad Bloom serves Congregation Beth Yam. He attended the University of Wisconsin and lives on Hilton Head Island.