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In life, we often find ourselves thinking ...

Wednesday, 16th June 2010

In life, we often find ourselves thinking if we should be doing something for a third party or if it is unnecessary or would be going over the top, for example popping over to see a friend who you haven’t seen for a long time. 

Rabbi Meltzer once said that he heard from the great Rabbi of Novardok that in many decisions that a person makes, one has personal bias.

The Rabbi of Novardok was once in a situation where a dignitary came to town and the Rabbi was not sure whether or not he should go and visit this important guest. In order that his decision shouldn’t depend on his own personal laziness, the Rabbi got dressed in his finest attire and went to the hotel where the dignitary was staying before contemplating and coming to a decision on his course of action.

This, said Rabbi Meltzer, is the way that I have learned to live my own life. When Rabbi Meltzer was once asked to write a letter of commendation for one of his students wanting to move on to higher education, in order that the effort of writing the letter should not cloud his judgement he first wrote the letter before deciding if it was in the best interest for the student to move on or to remain in his current establishment.

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