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Friday, 19 November 2010 18:39

pursue frugality

art-tzedakah2Righteousness or justice resounds as a theme throughout Torah and into the rest of the Scriptures, but nowhere does it sound more clearly than in three Hebrew words in Deuteronomy—tzedek tzedek tirdof: “Justice, justice you shall pursue.”

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Wednesday, 10 November 2010 19:57

righteousness in love

art-thankFor the authors of the ketuvim sh’lichim (Apostolic Writings), righteousness is tied up with the mitzvah of love. Love, for all its repetition in Scripture, is a concept connected to righteousness, which we must keep kindled in our hearts and minds. The prayer of Rav Shaul for the Philippians is paradigmatic:

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showering chesed
The Hebrew word for loving-kindness is chesed.    . . .

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