Rabbi Cosgrove: Lost and Found (September 10, 2022)
Shabbat • 12m
Rabbi Cosgrove suggests that while the Torah lists detailed rules for returning lost property, the deeper meaning of this concern may be about repairing lost relationships and restoring our souls.
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