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The first mitzvah given to the Jewish people was to sanctify time. Torah teaches us how to cherish time and make the best possible use of it, by being a “co-creator” who “makes” time for what is important.

How to “Make” Time

How to “Make” Time

Jewish Time Management

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How to "Make" Time: Jewish Time Management

The first mitzvah given to the Jewish people was to sanctify time. Torah teaches us how to cherish time and make the best possible use of it, by being a “co-creator” who “makes” time for what is important.
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Time Management, Time, Exodus, Parshat HaChodesh
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb is an educator, spiritual mentor and Torah life coach. To learn more, visit her website.
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Anonymous Brooklyn October 6, 2014

Practical wisdom Thank you for the Great lecture, just what I needed to hear, right on time :) Reply

Sruly Laz April 7, 2013

Thank you! Keep up the amazing work! Reply

Anonymous Ohio March 13, 2013

Time Management I really enjoyed your class. You brought out very important concepts and related them to our everyday lives in such an understandable, concrete, do-able way. This lecture came to me at "just the right time". Thank you! Reply

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