the freedom to question

exploring life paradoxes and dilemmas. learning not to know.

Author: Amir Freimann

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Continue your inquiry at the Master’s feet — excerpt from an interview with Mooji

Spiritual Transmission

The following is an excerpt from an interview with Mooji for my upcoming book Transformative Relationships: Paradoxes and Dilemmas, in which Mooji discusses how he sees the motivation of some of his students to teach. Mooji further explores the question of the motivation to teach (and other topics) in another interview I recently did with him, Read More ->

The Man I Call Philosopher


While attending the Olympic Games, Leon, Prince of Phlius, asked Pythagoras how he would describe himself. Pythagoras replied, “I am a Philosopher”, but Leon had not heard the word before and asked him to explain. “Life, Prince Leon, may well be compared with these public games, for in the vast crowd assembled here some are Read More ->

Nativity — by Li-Young Lee


In the dark, a child might ask, What is the world? just to hear his sister promise, An unfinished wing of heaven, just to hear his brother say, A house inside a house, but most of all to hear his mother answer, One more song, then you go to sleep. How could anyone in that Read More ->

List — by Wisława Szymborska


I’ve made a list of questions to which I no longer expect answers, since it’s either too early for them, or I won’t have time to understand. The list of questions is long, and takes up matters great and small, but I don’t want to bore you, and will just divulge a few: What was Read More ->

Q&A — by Amnon Zakov


Behold the Big Questions, Behold the Big Answers, And behold this small bewilderment: Do they answer the questions?   Translated from Hebrew by Amir Freimann

Shaky Identities: Interview with Admiel Kosman


An interview I did some years ago with Israeli poet and thinker Admiel Kosman was translated to English and published at the Poetry International website. Here it is: “I don’t have much to say about being Israeli” Amir: Admiel, who are you? How do you define your identity? Admiel: This might sound strange to you, but Read More ->

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