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Katia Bolotin

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The Jewish people could be just as stiff-necked in their loyalty to G‑d as they were in their disobedience.
As corrective lenses are for the eyes, the Torah is for the soul; it maximizes the soul’s inner vision.
For the first time since leaving Egypt, the people were being asked to become active participants.
Why are such exacting measures taken regarding the mixture of meat and milk, and how does it further our mission of becoming a holy nation?
Inspiration is the first phase that’s meant to evoke a second phase of continuous effort.
Our world needs more righteous people or, at least, more righteous acts.
What can we learn from darkness? Is there an upside to it?
Our journey has value—not merely as a means to a greater end, but in and of itself.
Seeing beyond the status quo and taking action are characteristics that distinguish great people.
It is natural to become enveloped by the minutiae of our challenges. Awareness of the greater picture of which we are all a part, however, is essential.
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