In an Op-Ed from  today’s New York Times, columnist David Brooks talks about  the great Jewish theologian Martin Buber, and what he can teach us about caring and intimacy. Brooks reflects on what Buber calls the   “I-Thou” relationship, which refers to, and honors, our fundamental interconnectedness.

Brooks connects Buber’s teaching to the current state of American politics. He   begins his comments by saying; “If America were a marriage we’d need therapy.”  Check it out:

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