Keith Kahn Harris

professionally curious, communally engaged

Metal jew

Quote from Boston’s metallic rabbi

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“I found in heavy metal a music and a culture that supported individuality and rejection of the social norm. I found a culture that said, ‘you don’t have to be like that. You’re not. It’s OK to be different, it’s OK to be you. And guess what? There’s a whole army of metal heads out here like you, that are “freaks” and don’t fit into normal society.’ And the celebration of that and the outlet for anger and frustration as a teenage adolescent male just totally resonated with me.”

via Concord rabbi listens with his soul – West – The Boston Globe.

Unlike him though, I never ‘found God in the moshpit’

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