The word “holy” comes with a lot of baggage. When you detach it from dogma and judgment, what does it mean? Fundamentally, “holy” signifies being committed to the greater good — acting on behalf of others rather than self. It also connotes something (or someone, or somewhere) that is set aside as special and honored — that which is above and beyond everyday concerns. Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short discussion of what it means to be holy. Learn how you can create holiness in your own life.
This is an excerpt from: How Great Can You Become?