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Gratitude creates a world of kindness

(Starting from this post whenever I write about a “study conversation” I’ll put the book learning in italics and the comments made by my friend and myself in the course of our studying in plain script.) It makes perfect sense … Continue reading

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Tolerance means learning to carry weights

In last night’s spiritual growth group we read the section in the book Alei Shur on having tolerance as a community leader. There are many kinds of leaders. Teachers, rabbis and community secretaries are all different kinds of leaders. He … Continue reading

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Why conflict is good

If I think some more about what happened yesterday (See yesterday’s post.) I’m reminded of the story about the father and son who only had one coat between the two of them. They couldn’t resolve their argument because each one … Continue reading

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