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The Measure Of The Man


The reality is that all of it is irrelevant. It just doesn’t matter. It is true that at the end of my days I will be compared – not to you, but to me. The only question I’ll be asked and the only criterion that will count is how far I took the talents and situation Hashem gave me. How much of me did I become? And that will be the rank and station I will occupy for eternity.

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