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Positive Mitzvah 246
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This is not an error of duplication. The full-fledged version of this Mitzvah are many and change for those who are learning the one/three chapter a day. The Message for the day from "Bringing Heaven Down to Earth" at the end of this Mitzvah is different than that of yesterday.Positive Mitzvah 246: Laws of Claims
Exodus 22:8 "In every case of trespass...in which one can say: This is it"'
Ari and Izzy were playing ball on the lawn.
Suddenly, Ari felt his glove beginning to slip of his hand.
He shouted to Izzy to wait a second, but Izzy threw the ball anyway. It landed in the street sewer because Ari wasn't ready to catch it.
"Hey! I asked you to wait!" Ari yelled.
"I'm sorry, I didn't hear you," Izzy answered.
"Yes you did. I could tell! Now you've got to buy me a new ball!" Ari demanded.
"No I don't" Izzy protested.
In cases like these, where an argument arises and people disagree about who bears responsibility for a loss or damage, the Torah teaches us how to come to a fair decision.
There is sub-rational faith -- faith in dogma. Then there is super- rational faith -- intuitive knowledge, consciousness of a higher reality, a glimmer of the infinite within the finite human being.
Our job is not to have faith. We have faith already, whether we want it or not. It comes in our blood from our ancestors who gave their lives for it. Our job is to transport that higher vision that gave them their faith down into our minds, into our personalities, into our words, into our actions in daily life. To make it part of our selves and our world.
From: Bringing Heaven Down to Earth by Tzvi Freeman - email@example.com
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