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Sin is foolish. We all know it. No one ever feels good after a sin, and no one feels bad after doing a mitzvah. But we sin anyway. Then we feel guilty, then we sin again . . .
The kohanim remove their shoes and extend their hands, fingers parted and palms stretched outwards; the congregation hide their faces under their prayer shawls. What is the deeper significance of this celestial ritual?
Naso
You are married, or intensely committed, to a vision, a goal, a dream. Then along comes life . . .
An Essay on Parshat Naso
They suffer because they want to grow, but they are unable to realize this or put their lofty aspirations into practice.
When we become addicted to a particular indulgence, we must wean ourselves from the addiction by abstaining completely until we have recovered.
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