The Common Good
January 2014

VIDEO: Poetry Reading by Yehoshua November

by The Editors | January 2014

Hasidic poet, Yehoshua November, on the mystery of God.

Yehoshua November, an award-winning Hasidic poet, has an uncanny way of finding the divine in everyday life. As Robert Hirschfield writes in “God ‘Beneath the Ordinary’” (Sojourners, January 2014), “November occupies…a world in which God dwells and moves in silence and mystery among people.”

Listen to November as he recites “Climbing,” one of several poems discussed in “God ‘Beneath the Ordinary.’"


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