Profiles in Leadership

Rabbi Shlomo Levin


The great 12th Century sage Maimonides suggests that every human being should view the world as a finally balanced scale and that their next action will tip it in one direction or the other.

The sense of personal responsibility runs strongly in Judaism. No single human being is exempt from doing their best to make the world, or at least the small part that they inhabit, a better place. The High Holydays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur provide a reflective space to renew our personal commitment to this ideal.

May our efforts be blessed and rewarded with a Shana Tova u’Metuka - a good and sweet New Year.


Rabbi Shlomo Levin
South Hampstead United Synagogue

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