​​​​​​​This Week's Torah Thought

From Rabbi Zylberman

As we begin our reading of the Torah’s fourth book, the Book of Numbers, which in Hebrew is called Bemidbar, “In the Desert”, we are reminded that the journey our people took from Egypt to the Promised Land was neither quick nor easy. During the arduous forty years of wandering there were many missteps and detours. There were moments of faith and times when faith seemed lost. There were miracles and marvels and also grumbling rebellion. But ultimately our people did make it to the Promised Land. Whatever befalls us in life, whatever detours we take, we can resume the journey. We can still march forward toward the Promised Land.


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