• Rabbi Anthony Knopf

Thinking about the Sermon - Parshat Noach

Last Shabbat, I spoke about how we often get so immersed in the things we are doing that we don’t pay attention to more important things in our lives.

Ask yourself:

Do I ever allow my work to take over my family life?

Do I ever become so engrossed in my iPhone that I fail to listen properly to the person I’m spending time with?

What is the most important thing in my life? Do I ever let it take second place to something which is less important?

Read this great story about how someone put something less important ahead of that which is more important and what she learnt from the incident.


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