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Living the Marathon

Friday, 28 October, 2016 - 11:44 am

The Marathon is over. 48 hours of Rosh Hashanah solemness, 25 hours of Yom Kippur praying and fasting, 7 Days of Sukkos & Simchas Torah joy and unity!

I’ve never run a marathon, but I suspect that when the body cools down after that run it’s a little too quiet. Kind of begs for some action. Maybe you need to go for a small run?!

With the high of the high holidays cooling down maybe it’s time for a little run. In fact if the high of the season was a good high, then we’ll know that from the practical application of all the good feelings of the season into something tangible.

Coming off of Simchas Torah, the practical application ought to be Torah study. Torah is the lifeblood of the Jew, the core of our People, everything we are all about.

Time to take action now. Daily Study? Weekly? A Course? See the events below the possibilities are endless.

Have an awesome Shabbos and an awesome Torah filled year!

Rabbi Kushi Schusterman 

 

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