“Love your neighbor as yourself.” (Lev. 19:18)
In Leviticus 19 we learn the command to “Love your neighbor as yourself” (v.18). The tie represents a neighborhood of people–some feeling loved and others not so. Our task in life is to create more smiles and loving kindness.
Tags: Judaism, Kedoshim, Love your neighbor as yourself, TieBlog, Torah
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