The Most Important Lessons I Have Learned From 37 Years as a Rabbi (Reblog)

One of the best summaries I’ve ever read on what it means to be a person of faith, a member of the clergy, and most importantly, a human being…

Reblogged from Huffington Post:

All of the lessons I have learned might be summed up in the story of the young man who felt so overcome by a sense of despair when he thought of all the injustice, pain and cruelty in the world, that he lifted up his voice to God in anger and sorrow and said, “Dear God, how can you allow all this injustice, pain, and cruelty in the world and do nothing?” Then he heard the gentle, inner voice of the divine whispering in his heart, “I didn’t do nothing. I made you.”

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