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I view this tochacha (rebuke), with its intensity of emotion, as a warning: Be careful of the abuse of power in relationships.
This week, I had the great pleasure of attending the Camp Ramah national spring training conference at beautiful Ramah Darom just outside Atlanta.
As we finish up the school year, Parashat Behar reminds us to recognize the significance of timing and restoration.
The award was presented on May 18 at The Pierre Hotel in New York City at Hillel International’s annual Renaissance Gala.
This commandment of time was given directly from God. These times are fixed and should be branded in the Jewish calendar forever.
Knowledge is acquired, wisdom is earned; and as such, is deserving of respect from those who wish to be set on the path to earn it.