As we enter the month of Elul and begin thinking abou the approach of Rosh HaShonah — the Day of Judgment — nothing provides more impetus for self-reflection than the awareness that the Almighty conducts Himself toward us the way we conduct ourselves toward others. Here is an example of how nothing can be harder, and how nothing can be easier. This is the kind of hope and change we ought to be thinking about.
Seeking direction in a misdirected world
- Pirkei Avos
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