Thought for Yom Kippur – by Rabbi Danny Kirsch

Before he became a Rebbe,Rabbi Bunim of Parshisco was a merchant. He once went to the market to purchase grain. The polish farmer asked for a higher price than Rav Bunim wanted to give. ‘Do better’, the farmer said to him, Even though it was clear that the farmer was referring to a higher price for his grain,Rav Bunim used this as a reminder to improve his entire behaviour. Do better !

These daily lifts are inspired by Jonny Chippeck and dedicated to his ‘refuah shleimah’. Get well soon Jonny!

Please step up to the plate and contribute your own small nugget of Torah by sending back to me at terence@speedquote.net. The more people we have contributing, the higher this daily lift will go. Keep them coming.

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