Daily Scripture: Ethics of the Fathers 2:15





"Do not separate yourself from the community."
Ethics of the Fathers (Pirkei Avot) 2:15

There are times when it is not about intentions, but about what you actually do. The ancient sages taught the importance of being a part of community. There's a cautionary message in Ethics of the Fathers (Pirkei Avot) 2:15 that hints at being too holy, and spending too much time in solitude. Even if your intentions are good, balance is essential when looking inward. 

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