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Wednesday, 25 July 2012 10:12

foundation of all relationships

Written by rabbi michael schiffman

art-bewaredogWhen I was a kid, I joined the Boy Scouts.  One of the first things you learn in the Boy Scout Creed, is that a scout is Trustworthy.  Like most kids, it was just something we had to memorize to be a scout.  As I have gotten older and somewhat wiser, I’ve come to appreciate the values scouting tried to impart to us.

Saturday, 21 July 2012 21:32

God’s trust in us

Written by rabbi benjamin ehrenfeld

art-feedingbirdOne of God’s greatest gifts to humanity is free will. That gift produces the opportunity to be creative, thoughtful, decisive, curious, and more. With free will we are given the privilege to partner with God. Any partnership requires mutual trust for it to be positive. Our human partnership with God is no exception.

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