• Rabbi Anthony Knopf

Thinking about the Sermon - Parshat Behar-Bechukotai

Last week in synagogue, I spoke about how learning Torah and being part of our community reminds us to keep high standards of honesty in business and commercial dealings.

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  • In what ways does Jewish practice remind you of your values and what it is to be a good person?

  • People are often influenced by the kind of community they are part of. Are there ways in which you set a good example for members of the community in a way that can bring the best out in them?

#honesty #community

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