Rabbi Arny on…Choosing Justice

 

 

“Learn to do good; devote yourselves to justice.” 

(Isaiah 1:17)

Being a Tzadik (righteous one) does not always occur easily or naturally. As we see in the book of Isaiah, righteousness and doing good are learned behaviors that require dedicated effort in choosing between the just and unjust in every action we take. Ultimately, over time our choices to do good provide us a sense of satisfaction in having done rightly and choosing Tzedek (justice).

The dedication to being just in our actions is more than just the act itself, but the thought process in our hearts and minds before the action is where the effort lives. So, when you are thinking of justice and doing good in your life, please choose JFS Orlando.

We invite you to Stand for Justice with us.

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