We Each Have A Path

“Abraham was one” — he was the only person in his time with the strength to break away from a false way of living.

We all have to be willing to sometimes walk the path alone to stay in conscious contact with G-d.

Walking an individual path doesn’t mean being self-focused, however. It means staying aware that you have to do whatever spiritual work needs to be done.

You can’t do anyone else’s, and no one else can do yours.

Rabbi Baruch Gartner, Living Aligned

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