Torah study with Adam Lambert
My Torah study master likes to begin a session by having us read a line or two of text, a fragment that initially seems to relay almost no information. But then over the ensuing two hours, we would fill in the context–the story in the scriptural passage as well as to the larger historical, religious and literary background–examine the multitude of ways in which those dozen or so words could now be interpreted, and connect them to our own lives and spiritual experience. I love these sessions. They turned grains of language into boundless universes of meaning.
So now Adam has released his own version of a scriptural fragment, and until April 21st when the single drops, all of you Adam Lambertologists are invited to submit your thoughts and interpretations below. What do you see and hear in this?