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This Week's Torah Thought

Torah Portion: Eikev | עקב

Our Torah portion this week is the source for the commandment to recite the Grace after Meals (Birkat Hamazon): “when you have eaten your fill, give thanks to the Eternal your G-d for the good land which G-d has given you” (Deut 8:10). Commenting on this verse, Shlomo of Karlin taught, “When one eats in a spirit of gratitude, whether there is much food or little, the meal is satisfying.” What is true for what we eat is also true for whatever we have. Cultivating an “attitude of gratitude” helps us notice and rejoice in all the blessings of life. 

Good Shabbes. 

Rabbi Gersh Zylberman