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Parshat Beha'aloscha

In this week's Parsha of Beha'aloscha, we Jewish People began to feel our divine connection as a

burden rather than a gift. Many times we feel so close to our Father In Heaven, then in a split second, so distant.

Let us feel close to G-d as we travel in life. How could we feel that mitzvot are a burden when G-d is right there with us? Each commandment is a way to communicate and connect with G-d, which is so much easier for us when we feel Hashem's Presence.

May we be blessed to experience G-d in our lives. May we appreciate and cultivate the gift we have.

May we never run from responsibility, but rather run towards holiness.

Good Shabbos! Shabbat Shalom!

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