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​​​​​This Week's Torah Thought

From Rabbi Zylberman
Shemot | שמות

The plague of darkness was the ninth plague visited upon the Egyptians. According to a Chasidic tradition “the darkness was so dense that people could not see one another. That is the worst of all darknesses: when people are unable to “see” their neighbors, that is, notice their distress and help them.” In our own lives, may we notice others and be responsive to their needs. In so doing, may we all come to dwell not in darkness but in light.​