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May 25, 1990 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-25

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KNOWING YOUR OPTIONS
IS THE FIRST STEP

and make Rabbi Vital
feverish. He lost con-
sciousness and did not wake
until days later.

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RABBI JOSHUA'S
DREAM

JUDAISM SPECIFICALLY
avoids lengthy discussions of
Olam Haba because it is a re-
ligion of life, not death, Rab-
bi Steinger says.
Just as the 'Ibrah prizes life
above all else — one may even
violate the laws of Shabbat to
save a life — so individual
Jews should cherish and
make good of the lives given
them by God, he says.
"Judaism believes in a
tradition based on action and
responsibility," Rabbi Ste-
inger says. "It's not the end
but the process that's impor-
tant."
Rabbi Spectre agrees.
"Judaism does not regulate
thought — it regulates action,
and that's the greatness of it.
"We know very little of
death, and what we don't
know we don't make up," he
says. "But as Jews we cannot
believe that life is absurd, and
so we must believe that by be-
ing in this world we can make
it better than we found it."
A Jewish legend, adapted
from the Midrash and con-
tained in Nathan Ausubel's
book Treasury of Jewish
Folklore, affirms the link bet-
ween tikkun haolam, repair-
ing the world, and
immortality.
Rabbi Joshua, a scholar and
devout Jew, had a dream in
which he was told to rejoice
because he and the butcher
Nenes would receive the same
reward in paradise.

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SWEET DELIGHTS!

Tradition of action
and responsibility.

Rabbi Joshua awoke hor-
rified the next day. Nenes the
butcher! But what had he
done to merit a place beside
the wise Rabbi Joseph?
The rabbi went to Nenes.
He asked, "Tell me, what
good have you done in your
life?"
Nenes told Rabbi Joseph he
was but a mere butcher. He
had no time for pleasures or
play because he spent every
free moment caring for his
parents, who were old and in-
firm. Nenes prepared their
food and washed and dressed
them.
When Rabbi Joseph heard
these words he kissed the but-
cher's forehead. He said, "My
son, blessed are you and
blessed is your good fortune!
How happy am I to have the
distinction of being your com-
panion in Paradise!" ❑

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