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What's Hiding in Your Freezer

What's Hiding in Your Freezer

Priorities, priorities, priorities... isn't that what it's all about? (1 min. 29 sec)


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November 19, 2005

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Visitor Comments: 3

(3) Pierre, February 17, 2007 5:25 AM

The Eye Of Shame

I love the eye of shame! I feel so guilty for not sharing things that I covet with people that matter more. It does make you think about the bigger picture

(2) Margarita, November 23, 2005 12:00 AM

great thought

I think it is very much to the point, thought provoking lecture. I loved to hear it, send link to my son.
I hope to see more of articles like that on Aish.
Well done

(1) Anonymous, November 23, 2005 12:00 AM

what would I want to put under lock and key? I can't really think of anything that is that valuable - although I have TEMPORARILY put certain things under lock and key when I have new foster or adoptive children. But I like to think of what I would like to share with others - and that is family, a sense of belonging, love and caring, a love of G-d and Torah, a sense of being a part of a community - not only the Jewish community but also that community in which we live and of culture which has contributed to the sense of who we are. In my home, financial matters are not of the greatest importance, nor are "things" like Nintendos, TVs etc. It is the person and most especially G-d who are important and sharing that with others is perhaps the most important.

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