Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove: Rights and Obligations (June 4, 2022)
Shabbat • 15m
The story of Ruth, read on Shavuot, demonstrates the value of putting others’ needs above our own. Rabbi Cosgrove reminds us that our Jewish tradition teaches that we are not free to do whatever we please, but that living in society requires us to accept limits on our freedom.
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