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Children Under Fire    Bar Kamtza, 2014    Parshat Matot 5774
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Many people from the South of Israel have been asking how to react and what to say to their children when the Red Alert sirens are wailing and when missiles are being fired at them…    The episode of Kamtza and Bar Kamtza led up to the destruction of our Holy Temple. Yet, Bar Kamtza is still here with us. How do we uproot this problem, which perpetuates exile?    This week's Torah portion shows the proper way that Israel should engage an enemy and go to war; as such, the succeed in achieving all their objectives…
 
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Therefore, I will now explain to you how to always behave humbly. Speak gently at all times, with your head bowed, your eyes looking down to the ground and your heart focusing on Hashem. Don't look at the face of the person to whom you are speaking. Consider everyone as greater than yourself. If he is wise or rich, you should give him respect. If he is poor and you are richer -- or wiser -- than he, consider yourself to be more guilty than he, and that he is more worthy than you, since when he sins it is through error, while yours is deliberate and you should know better! (Iggeres HaRamban - The Ramban's Letter).
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