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Our to-do lists are filled with mundane and important chores, little and big things that all require our immediate attention. It can be difficult to keep our eyes on the big picture. Surprisingly, Korach teaches us an important lesson in how to keep our priorities in order.

How to Set Proper Priorities

How to Set Proper Priorities

A Taste of Text—Korach

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How to Set Proper Priorities: A Taste of Text—Korach

Our to-do lists are filled with mundane and important chores, little and big things that all require our immediate attention. It can be difficult to keep our eyes on the big picture. Surprisingly, Korach teaches us an important lesson in how to keep our priorities in order.
Korach
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Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.
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Anonymous USA June 4, 2013

How To Set Proper Priorities In other words, meditate on the Most High G-d in everything that we do. Keep in mind that Hashem, blessed be He, is amongst us, that everything that we do, and there is, is because of His Mercies. Reflection on His Love, Power, and Compassion, are always with us, and for us. Then we can live a peaceful, loving, life, with ourselves and others. Even though most people are not aware of the presence of G-d, the only True One of the Universe. The Eternal G-d. To achieve this state, I believe, is to share with others when it is permissible, and provided. On the other hand, spend time with G-d in the solitude of one's privacy speaking, seeking His guidance, His Love, and His Instruction/Torah. Most other will not understand one, but this is our own priority, if we so choose. Thank you Chana Weisberg for allowing us participation at your table. Reply

Catherine ny, ny June 22, 2012

Unfortunately many priests and rabbis today need to be reminded how special their role is. Many are also caught up in the secular world and are lost. Trying to find holy men is itself getting harder. Thank G-d for Chabad its outreach educational programs and shining the light of G -d onto those who are lucky enough to tune in. Reply

David Levant Emerson, N.J. June 21, 2012

Priorities Saving lives always comes first,no matter who you are or where your from.Serving G-D and humanity is an honor,and begins all "to do"lists.After this you may set your priorities according to whats most important to you and place it second,and work your way from there. Reply

Helana Herman Raleigh, NC June 21, 2012

A taste of text Dear Chana,
The classes are amazing!! They are so relevant and I use them in my coaching practice. My clients LOVE the messages you bring and share with all of us! What a gift! So relevant to our lives!
Love, Reply

Each 20-minute video class uses a text from the weekly Torah portion to convey a contemporary insight on leading a more enriched life. Source sheets are included to help students follow along and gain a "taste" of the actual texts studied.
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