30 Days of Liberation: Day 29 – No Small Act

One of my favorite songs to conclude the Seder is “Had Gadya,” in which the purchase of a little goat sparks a chain reaction that leads all the way to God destroying the Angel of Death. There is no deed, however apparently small, that lacks significance. Even the most seemingly insignificant purchase matters. The smallest act of kindness or of violence can echo throughout existence, making an impact far beyond our immediate spheres of influence, reaching even unto God. Each action and word can help redeem or destroy.

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