We live in a society with a penchant for disposables. Aluminum pans, paper plates and cups, plastic spoons and forks etc. Who repairs shoes anymore?
But have we regrettably become so accustomed to using and disposing that we may have carried that attitude over to our relationships? When we are disappointed with the behavior of another (friend, spouse or any relative) are we too quick to show our displeasure or even chas vshalom to turn our relationship backs and walk away - discarding years of shared goodness?
Please click on the link below for a Hashkafah Shiur on Parshas Mishpatim and the fundamental principle by which the world exists - Hakoras HaTov!
given by: Rabbi Avrohom M. Alter