Tzaddik

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

It has been said that in Jewish Tradition, when someone dies on Rosh Hashanah that they are a “Tzaddik,” a Righteous, Holy, and very rare Person.

“Tzaddik” comes from the Hebrew word for Justice.

NPR reporter Nina Totenberg further clarified this tradition on Twitter: “A Jewish teaching says those who die just before the Jewish new year are the ones God has held back until the last moment bc they were needed most & were the most righteous.”

What a challenge this year 2020 seems to offer.

Will we choose Hope & Faith over Despair?

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Respect — Have It!

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VOTE!
People Fought and several even gave their Lives so that we could have this Right!
Celebrate That!
Receive that Gift!
Recognize that many People in other Countries do not get to do this!

The week after tRUMP was elected, one of my students who was from China said that all of her friends in New York were really upset, but that she and her other friends from China shrugged at everyone’s outrage saying, “Oh, well we never get to pick anyway! You guys are so Lucky that you even get a choice!”

It’s a privilege to Vote!
And it is a sign of Respect toward those who went before us and fought for this!
Respect…
Have It!

As MICHAEL MOOORE put it,
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