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Daily Classes with Rabbi Gordon

Daily Classes with Rabbi Gordon

Jewish Practice

Jewish Practice

Learning & Values

Learning & Values

Inspiration & Entertainment

Inspiration & Entertainment

Daily Study
Daily Thought
To an astrobiologist: A black hole was once a fiery sun. But then its fire went out. Eventually, it collapsed upon itself, rendering it a mass of tremendous density. And now, a star that once shone brightly holds its light within, even pulling in any surrounding light. In the place of light, a star now creates darkness. A person, too, may end up a black hole. Someone who is meant to shine and teach others—but has burned out and collapsed inward, absorbed in his own self. Now, rather than shining light for others, he absorbs all energy that passes his way, causing a greater and greater darkness. We live in times when every one of us can be as brilliant as the sun....
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Harrisburg, PA 17110

Upcoming Holiday:

The Three Weeks

July 9 - 30, 2020