With apologies to Martin Luther
In 1517 a monk named Martin Luther nailed a document to the church door in Wittenberg. It was a passionate statement of an alternative vision of what the Christian faith and church practices could and should be. His action shook his contemporary world, and eventually led to a new and different way of viewing and living faith.
My claim to the right to use the term ‘manifesto’ lies in recently experiencing personal events which have shaken me to the core, and which will lead to major changes in the way I see and lead my life.
On January 10th, 2013 I visited my family doctor, accompanied by my daughter, Lorna Shapiro. The appointment was made because my family had brought to my attention that I had suffered a major memory lapse. This unusual event was upsetting for all of us. How could this happen to me, and what did it mean? Continue reading