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Does G-d really care about what I do?

by Mrs. Sarah Levi

Question:

Does G-d really care if I eat pork? - Ben

Answer: 

Yes. G-d does care.

Certainly, G-d is great enough to handle whatever we do. But, He has chosen to relate to us. In this way He is like a parent. He has given us a way to act, a way to elevate ourselves and the world.

There is a system of positive and negative energy in the world. The Torah is simply giving us the spiritually healthy path of positive energy.

Does it bother a parent when a child is not living up to his potential, or doing something damaging to his/herself?



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