Breaking down hierarchies, holding leaders accountable, and much more.

Breaking down hierarchies, holding leaders accountable, and much more.

What are you being called to bring forth into this world?
— Reb Misha Clebaner

The reflection on these chapters is part of the broader 929 project where you read a chapter-a-day (weekends excluded - so only 5 chapters per week) of the Tanakh/Hebrew Bible.

We are working our way towards February 2, 2022 - when we will have read the whole Hebrew Bible by then! Ahhh!

Where do you hope to be in your spiritual journey by then?

This section covers Leviticus 1-5, the torah portion of Vayikra. In this episode I talk about what it means to be called, whether or not hierarchies are a good thing, and how talking about how much you've changed is meaningless unless there are tangible actions to back it up.

“Everyone is to be held to the same standard. No one is above the law, the Torah teaches.” - Reb Misha Clebaner


The source sheet with all of these chapters and extra commentary can be found in PDF format below:

What are your thoughts on any of the questions or reflections posed in the PDF? Comment below!

The link to the source sheet online can be found here.


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