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Yehoshua Karsh

If your goal is to find a practice that people will regularly engage in, it could be that academic study would appeal to a broader slice of the Jewish pie, but not by that much.

But what if your goal is to find a practice which will allow for contact with the divine?

Do you think more people are wired to find G-d in academic study than they are to find G-d in a meditative moment?

Would Rabbi Moses suggest that we are better off focusing on the teaching of Torah than on prayer?

I certainly spend more time teaching Torah than sharing prayer, but I'm starting to think that it shouldn't be that way.

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