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Moses left us a legacy of facing our deepest questions and coming back stronger from it. He had faith even when there seemed to be no basis for it.
Weekly Op-Ed •Questions & Answers • 7 Comments
A Q&A letter applying the story of Moses striking the rock instead of speaking to the rock in Parshat Chukat to explain how to get through to blocked people
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Only through prayer and through our connection to the past do we have the power to overcome the challenges of the present. When you are stuck in a pit overwhelmed by difficulties, you cannot solve the problem alone.
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Faith is not what most people think it is. True faith is not the absence of reason. It’s neither simple nor childish. So, what is it?
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Just as Abraham endured ten challenges, we, his children, undergo similar challenges. How we will rise to these ten challenges will define our lives.
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Isolation is the cause of fear. More than anything, fear is the fear of being alone in our painful situations.
The root of fear is the fear of being alone. The answer to the invisible power of fear – the fear of being alone – is to recognize that you are not alone.
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Joseph’s clash with his brothers teaches us how to repair and heal the world. We must begin by repairing ourselves and integrating faith in our actions.
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Jacob instilled in us the power to climb despite our fear of falling. We should trust G-d to help us but must also strengthen ourselves from the inside out.
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How do we reconcile faith and modernity? What is one to do? What does the Torah advocate?