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Publication: Jewish ExponentAuthor: Zlochower, Joshua
Date published: September 29, 2011
As we wish each other a good and sweet year, let us reflect on how we can create this for ourselves, our families, our communities.
Chaim worked hard every day carrying hundreds of gallons of water to his community. As he trudged from house to house, a friend asked, "How are you?"
"How do you think?" Chaim replied with complaints about pain, poverty and ingratitude. The next day, Chaim had a spring in his step as his friend again asked: "How are you?"
"Wonderful!" Chaim exclaimed, detailing the blessings of a large family and the dignity of earning a living and bringing sustenance to others.
Like Chaim, some days we feel the weight of the world upon us and on others our spirits soar as we count our blessings. This year, may we open our eyes to the many blessings in our lives, and embrace family and community.
Rabbi Joshua Zlochower
Director of Chaplaincy Services
Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life