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Monday, 16 Elul, 5779
  |  September 16, 2019

Commitment, A long 4-letter word

A prevalent cultural misnomer is that the “New” and “Different” is intrinsically better than the old and routine. Full Story

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good artical
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good artical

thank you rabbi

Great  point!
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Great point!

Thank you for another insightful essay.

VERY INTERESTING!!!!!
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VERY INTERESTING!!!!!

Very INSPIRING

Your faithful admirer
S.M.K.

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only thing is that in the bottom, I would think that he would use the word Parent as opposed to Father.
As usual, a very valuable message, we should be grateful for his essays. Rabbi K, may you continue to inspire. Moshiach NOW

Culture of "Addiction"
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Culture of "Addiction"

Thank you for shedding light on this modern idolotry. Related and much recommended is from Rabbi Shais Taub – “G-d of Our Understanding”: http://www.judaism.com/display.asp?nt=aRav&etn=DABED.

I love the umph
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I love the umph

Please keep em comin

nicely written
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nicely written

every week i look forward to reading your unbelievable articles……………so impressed.

uhm ok but
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uhm ok but

– the sun and other inert things of the universe have no “life” or obvious death. People have minds, creative energy and limited time. For the living thereofre it pays to embrace change so that the short time alive is full of excitement.

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