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Thinking about the Sermon - Parshat Mattot-Massei


Last week in synagogue, we discussed the importance of living our lives in accordance with our priorities:

  • Do the things most important to us play a central role in our lives or do we allow less important things to take over?

  • Sometimes we put less important things ahead of our families. Watch this amazing clip of the Triathlon race I mentioned in the sermon.

  • Sometimes we put less important things ahead of Judaism. Watch this remarkable video about Bill Gates and a Sabbath observant Jew

#priorities

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