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44 Friday, March 28, 1986

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TORAH PORTION

Re-Igniting The Flame
Within Our Souls

BY RABBI M. ROBERT SYME

Special to The Jewish News

"And the Lord spoke unto
Moses saying: Command Aaron
and his sons saying: `The fire
upon the altar shall be kept
burning; it shall not go out.' "
Aaron the priest and his sons
were mandated by God to
preserve the flame in the Tem-
ple. It was never to be extin-
guished. Later, when the Tem-
ple was destroyed, the entire
Jewish people came to be
"Mahm-lehchet Koh-hah-neem"
a kingdom of priests. Every Jew
was to be a "keeper of the
flame"; to see to it, by his or her
personal efforts, that this flame
should not be extinguished.
Therefore, let us ask ourselves;
"What lights must we preserve
in the candelabrum of Jewish
life?"
We Jews have always prided
ourselves on our family life.
Even the biblical Balaam, who
came to curse, was inspired to
say: Mah Tohvu — "How goodly
are thy tents Oh Jacob, thy
dwelling places Oh Israel." This
family life, which once was a
shining jewel in the tiara of
Jewish life, is tragically fading.
It is no secret that the rate of
Jewish divorce is, rapidly ap-
proaching the national level. It
should be pointed out that, in
Judaism, divorce is not a sin.
There are some people who
never whould have married each
other. Better divorce than a de-
structive marriage. So, clbiorce
is not a sin. But it becomes a sin
when divorced parents use and
abuse their innocent children to
retaliate 'against the former
spouse. In their desire for re-
venge, they deliberately kindle
the flame of hatred which ulti-
mately blackens the lives of the
entire family, and the candle of
love is reduced to ashes.
Husband and wife are entitled
to stop loving each other. They
are not entitled to inject the
virus of prejudice into the
bloodstream of their children's
being. Let not the candle of love
be extinguished.

There is a great . deal of ex-
citement today about another
flame. It is found in New •York
harbor. The Statue of Liberty is
being refurbished, and will soon
be rededicated. Just think what
that "torch" meant to our par-
ents and grandparents who grew
up in lands of oppression: They
had heard about America, die
goldene medina. And so they
came, by the hundreds, by the
thousands, by the tens of
thousands, lured by the words:
"I lift my lamp beside the gol-
den 'door." They came here seek-
ing freedom, especially the free-
dom of religion.
No country has given as much
freedom of religion to the Jew as
this blessed land America! Now,
what have we done with that
freedom? True, we have built
niagnificent synagogues and
temples. They are beautiful on

Rabbi Syme is spiritual leader of
Temple Israel in West Bloom-
field.

the outside, but empty on the
inside. Within the Jewish com-
munity, there is a great deal of
discussion today about "the dif-
ferences among Jews." Person-
ally, I am more concerned about
"the indifference among Jews."
Friday night is not the appro-
priate time for dinner-dances.
Friday night is hot the appro-
priate time for social events.
Friday night is not the appro-
priate time for engagement par-
ties. Friday night is the begin-
ning of the Sabbath, when we

Shabbat Parah:
Leviticus 6:1-8:36,
Numbers 19:1-22,
Ezekiel 36:16-38.

have 'an opportunity to intro-
duce our children to the concept
of the sacred, and to teach them
to distinguish "Bayn Kohdesh
L'chohl," between the sacred
and the profane.
Just think of what it means to
a child, who sees his mother
bless the. Sabbath candles; who
hears his father chant the Kid-
dush and bless the challah; and
then accompanies his parents to
religious services! What wonder-
ful memories are inscribed on
that child's sensitive mind and
heart! '
At a time when so many
lights are going out all over the
world, it devolves upon every
Jew to preserve the candles of
family and faith. Never mind
what the others are doing! You
resolve to 'become one of God's
helpers! You resolve to become a
guardian of the flame!

Herut Leaders
Seek Way
To Heal Rift

Jerusalem (JTA) — Yitzhak
Shamir and David Levy, bitter
rivals for leadership of Herut,
met in the Foreign Minister's of-
fice alone last week, their first
meeting since the Herut conven-
tion broke up in chaos five days
ago. It was at Shamif's ini-
tiative.
Levy, who is Minister of
Housing, told reporters that it
was up to the two of them to
find ways to heal the rift in
Herut. Herut sources said
earlier that the rival camps re-
mained at odds over a proposal
by Minister of Commerce Ariel
Sharon, also a contender for
Herut leadership. Sharon has
suggested a threeway power
sharing arrangement by which
Shamir would be elected chair-
man of Herut, Levy chainktan of
its Executive Committde and
Sharon chairman of the Central
Committee.

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