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Wednesday, 30 November 2011 21:38

honor and humility

Written by rabbi benjamin ehrenfeld

art-banquetWe usually think of honor as something that is earned. It is an honor to receive a Ph.D. in one’s field, or to be given an award for excellence in a particular area of work. The people to whom we most often give honor are those who have received “honors” for things they have done. This leads to a view that the honor we receive is based primarily on achievement.

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