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Behar, 15 Iyar 5779
May 19, 2019

How often do we lose our focus because we are used to doing something? For example, many of us don't even think about walking, we just get up and move our legs and they take us to where we want to go. Awareness is so important and we try to be aware, but it is easy to let ourselves become distracted by other things. Now we can certainly say that if we really didn't pay attention to the repetitive moving of our feet taking us places, not much would happen. I mean we make sure we don't step in a hole or something, but we never really "watch our step." However, certain things can not be left to automation, and two of the most important are prayer and meditation. It is very important that we are aware when we connect, the combination of prayer and meditation, because without that awareness we do not receive the necessary energy in our spiritual journey. One way to heal our thinking is to increase our awareness. This week try to see if you can pay more attention to some of the things that you normally do without much thought. May we be blessed with awareness in every aspect of our lives.

Shavua tov,


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Behar - May 25, 2019
Torah Portion:
Vayikra (Leviticus) 25:1-26:2

Haftarah:
Yirmiyah (Jeremiah) 32:6-27
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