This Week's Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

The fourth book of the Torah, Numbers, takes its Hebrew name from the location of its narrative, B'Midbar, in the wilderness. Between slavery in Egypt and a future in the Promised Land is a 40 year period of wandering during which the generation that knew slavery will perish. Old attitudes and expectations must give way before new possibilities can be seized. Our lives are filled with transitions that challenge us. Sometimes we need the space and time afforded by "the wilderness" to clear our minds, refresh our souls and give us the strength, and perspective, to enter our own Promised Land.

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