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Why I’m Here: Purpose, Flow, and the Next Fortune 500 CEO

Why I’m Here: Purpose, Flow, and the Next Fortune 500 CEO

In my Minor today, we spoke about the concept of flow. You’ve experienced flow. I guarantee it. It’s that feeling you get when you are so enthralled in something that you lose track of time. Nothing else matters but the task at hand because you’re so focused and interested in what you are doing. Overall happiness is unequivocally tied to the amount of flow you experience in your day to day life. People who are in flow more often are more productive, more focused, more driven, and most importantly, happier.

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Look to the Rock from Which You Were Hewn: Shabbat Chukat and First Shabbat at Kutz

Look to the Rock from Which You Were Hewn: Shabbat Chukat and First Shabbat at Kutz

Simu Elai Rodfei Tzedek- listen to me you who pursue justice- U’mevakshei Adonai- you who seek the Eternal. He’ebitu el tzur hutzavtem v’el makevet bor nukartem- look to the rock from which you were hewn to the quarry out of which you were dug.

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NFTY President’s D’var Torah:  Growing and Learning from Each Other  This Summer – Hitting a Few Rocks Along the Way.

NFTY President’s D’var Torah: Growing and Learning from Each Other This Summer – Hitting a Few Rocks Along the Way.

The following is a D’var Torah, a commentary on this week’s Torah portion, I gave during the first service of the Kutz summer session. The Torah Portion is Chukat, and it is the story of Moses hitting a rock in order to get water for his people.

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