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The Inner Journey: Views from the Jewish…

The Inner Journey: Views from the Jewish Tradition (PARABOLA Anthology… (2007)

by Rabbi Jack Bemporad

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To the path makers and the pilgrims of the path
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Abraham drew near and said: "Shall not the Judge of all the earth exercise justice?" (Gen.18:23 and 18:25)
According to R. Levi, the verse means that Abraham said: If You seek to have a world, strict justice cannot be exercised; and if You seek strict justice, there will be no world. Do You expect to take hold of the well's rope at both ends? You desire a world and You also desire justice? You can only have one of the two. If You do not relent a litte, the world will not endure."
--Bereshit Rabba 39.6, 4.9
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