Rabbi Yitzchok Moully at work Photo by Boruch Shalom Moully There was a time when Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, known as The Pop Art Rabbi, wondered if he should continue to paint.
His dedication to the rabbinate was deepening, and he was not sure that there was a place in his life for art making. Discussing the matter with a mentor, Moully realized that he had it all wrong.
“What he told me really changed my life,” Moully said, “because what he said was, ‘You got the wrong question. The question isn’t should you paint or not. The question is, how can […]