Making Space

What does it mean to us when we talk about making space for someone? The most elevated way to view anyone standing opposite us is to say, “I have space for you inside of me, and I acknowledge that you’re free to be who you are, and who you will become.”

That’s called emulating G-d.

Excerpted from Living Aligned, by Rabbi Baruch Gartner

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