Trust is a very essential concept, and every person needs to be trusted to survive. This week, as it is my last week in New York, I have been recapping my schooling up until this point. I went to a great local school from 2nd through 8th grade. I am now a proud Alumnus of Yeshiva Toras Chaim.
Every year one should ask themselves "What can I change? How can I do better to make the trust stay under his/her name?" These years have been great for me, and I want to personally thank the teachers and hanhala, some of whom actually continue to have a lot to do with this dvar torah.
In this weeks parsha, the Torah talks about judges and police. Like a school or any other important setting in the journey of life, people are trusted to act accordingly to the responsibilities laid out for them. Lets all take responsibility and do what we can do to bring
All the best!
Avroham Y Ross