This Week's Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

Passover is a time to celebrate our people’s release from slavery long ago, yet it is also a time to consider the ways we may be, more subtly, enslaved today.  Do harmful patterns of thinking keep us chained to lives that lack purpose? Is technology shackling us in cyberspace, keeping us from life in the real world? Is the past holding us back from living with joy in the moment and hope in the future? This Passover, what would it take to leave our own metaphorical Egypts? What would it take to become truly free? 

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