I love to surround myself with people that stare fear in the face, and go with the flow in this crazy thing we call life.
I enjoyed a beautiful Shabbat with my family and friends. Teaching my kids to embrace their roots, express themselves, and shine their light bright.
Enjoy amazing Jewish wisdom below,
“Moses placed his hands on Joshua” (Numbers, 27:22). One of the signs of a great leader is the ability to do what is best for his people, not what is best for himself or his family. Rashi explains that as Moses approached the end of his life, he hoped that one of his sons would succeed him as the leader of the Jewish nation. God, however, had different plans and told him that Joshua would be the next leader. Interestingly, Moses immediately accepted the decision and, rather than appointing Joshua with inner resentment and ill-will, he showered Joshua with blessings, going far beyond what God had asked him to do. True leadership involves the recognition that it is less important who does the job as it is that the job is done properly. -Rabbi Jawari