November 15, 2007

Who else to blame but the Rabbi?

Filed under: What can we do? — Reb Moshe @ 2:48 am

Over the years, I have noticed with my own relationships to many Rabbis and from the relationship I have with my students, the tendency to blame the Rabbi. A lot of thoughts run through a persons mind when they are confused. Some being, the Rabbi doesn’t make time for me, he doesn’t care, doesn’t appreciate enough the time or money I have given, why hasn’t he helped me more, how come he doesn’t come to my house, he doesn’t talk to me long, and he doesn’t return all my calls. Then the final though is, it is all his fault that I sin cause if he would have been there… etc..

I think people need to cut these important people some slack. They are totally overloaded and barely have time for their family or themselves. Also, they probably think about you a lot more often then you realize!

1 Comment

  1. i didn’t know anyone did this.. interesting thing to think about..

    Comment by yitz.. — November 15, 2007 @ 1:14 pm

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