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Parshat Noach - Three Levels of Walking

Reb Shlomo on Parshas Noach Three Levels of Walking Sweetest Friends, There are three levels of walking. There is walking before somebody; there is walking with somebody. And then there is walking behind somebody. Every mother and father is ready to walk before their child. "I will walk in front of you and tell you exactly what to do." Sometimes a parent is ready to walk with a child. But to walk behind them - this is the highest level. There is a level of doing Teshuva because I know that G-d is walking in front of me. I want to catch up with Him. Then there is a level of Teshuva where I know that G-d is walking, and I want to walk with Him. The highest level of Teshuva is when G-d walks b

Sukkot 5780- Living in a Fragile World

Sukkot (also known as Succoth, Sukkot, Feast of Booths or Feast of Tabernacles), is a Jewish festival that occurs in autumn on the 15thday of the month of Tishrei. On Sukkot, we leave the physical and emotional security of our homes and move into a fragile hut. It is strange that davka on Sukkot we are commanded to be happy. In previous years, I posed a question – which is harder? Fasting on Yom Kippur or being Happy. I would like to suggest that being Happy is a harder challenge, especially if you are sensitive to the needs and suffering of others. For example, I read recently that some 1.3 billion people live in multidimensional poverty, which is almost a quarter of the population of the 1

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