What we stand for is predicated upon whom we stand before.
Unity is a beautiful thing. From the heads of state to the woodchoppers, from the princes to the water-carriers, from the elder sages to the young revolutionaries, together we stand afore the Creator of the world. Moses speaks about the ultimate redemption, and the confusion that will precede it. Lest you think the Torah is distant from you and its dream is unattainable, know this: it is in your mouth, in your heart, and in your deeds. You have the will to choose between life and death. Choose wisely.
The ultimate criterion of “free choice” is not “Is it determined?” but “What determines it?” Every choice is determined by something, be it a rational motive or an intuitive flash of no traceable origin. True choice is when one’s course of action is determined by, and only by, the very quintessence of self.Read More