5780 — BeHa’alotecha: Cultivating the Jewish spiritual practice of humility

Posted by Yiscah Smith on May 31, 2020
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Torah, Beha'alotecha, Bamidbar (Numbers)

What is humility? Why is it important? What is its power? Based on a teaching from Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in his article, “Humility,” in Covenant and Conversation, Parshat BeHa’Alotecha, 5768/2008, where he compares Moshe Rabeinu’s responses to two different events.

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