This week’s Torah portion, Parshas Naso, teaches us the importance of embracing our individual roles and strengths. In this portion, the L’viim are assigned specific tasks within the Mishkan, demonstrating the value of recognizing and honoring our own unique purpose in life.

Like the L’viim, we each have a special calling waiting for us. It could be in our relationships, careers, passions, or communities. By fulfilling our designated roles, no matter how small they may seem, we contribute to something greater and find meaning and fulfillment.

Sometimes it’s challenging to identify our purpose, but we can learn from the example of the L’viim. They embraced their roles, understanding that even small actions can make a significant impact. Whether it’s offering support to a friend, helping a stranger, or pursuing our passions, our efforts have the potential to create positive change beyond our imagination.

Parshas Naso also emphasizes the importance of personal growth. The L’viim went through a purification process, highlighting the need to refine ourselves to fulfill our roles effectively. By investing in self-improvement, we enhance our skills, develop our character, and unlock our hidden potential to make a greater impact.

Let us approach each day with enthusiasm, seeking to discover and embrace our unique roles. Regardless of how modest they may seem, our contributions have the power to elevate our lives and those around us. Like the L’viim, we can live purposeful lives and contribute to a world filled with compassion, love, and harmony.


List of People Who Need a r’fuah sh’leimah (a complete recovery)

Please recite Psalms 20, 30, 88, 121, and 130.


Amnon ben Rivkah

Yosef Chaim ben Rivkah Rachel

Rafael Yaakov ben Ayelet

Rafael Chaim ben Sima Chasha

Daniel Aharon ben Davida

Yaakov Yisrael Pinchas ben Tovah

Eliezer Yosef ben Chanah Avivah


Esther Rivkah Chanah bas Tamar

Yaela Elisheva bas Miriam

Esther Hadassah bas Devorah

Mitali Naomi bas Gilah Farcha

Jaleh Sarah bas Victoria Devorah

Adinah bas Chanah

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