• Rabbi Anthony Knopf

Thinking about the Sermon - Parshat Vayikra


Last week in synagogue, I discussed how we can sometimes be like domesticated animals who just graze and never ask questions of meaning.

Ask yourself: On Passover and other festivals, do we sometimes fall into this trap? Do we sometimes end up eating thoughtlessly without reflecting on why we are eating and what we are celebrating?

  • A cow is only concerned with survival and doesn’t stop to reflect on the meaning of life. Are we similar? Do we run around trying to make a living without thinking about what life is for?

Click here to watch what Bill Gates had to say about a Shabbat observant Jew who lived for his values.

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