Jewish cemetery in Prague.


You are invited to take a place here. It will then be our privilege to share the surge and twist of a shared record of passing circumstance, while seeking to understand our tiny place of life, wedged between coeternal imperatives. The fact of any particular, current form of "you" or "me" is of little use when facing, and finding, a space in eternity--whether in the grave, among the stars, embraced by gone-before loved ones or showered in Grace.

There is still, however, a lot to think about.

So, come on in. The Earth, fire, air and water are fine.