It’s What We Do (And Don’t Do) That Matters
Summer Yom Iyyun 2018

Avi Strausberg

In a famous and most egregious dinner party gone wrong, Bar Kamtza stands humiliated and the fall out is the Second Temple destroyed. In this session, we’ll explore how a delicate situation of hurt feelings is (mis)handled.  Which guilty party is responsible for the destruction of the Second Temple? After examining this passage from the Talmud, we'll reflect on what it means to be a person of virtue in our daily interactions. When do we take action? When do we remain silent? And, what effect do our interpersonal interactions have on the rest of the world? Featured at the 2018 Summer Yom Iyyun.

It’s What We Do (And Don’t Do) That Matters
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