Viewpoint: When procrastination is a Jewish value

By RABBI DAVID STAV
October 1, 2017 23:37

The High Holy Days are a reflection of our very being as a Jewish nation.

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Viewpoint: When procrastination is a Jewish value

Blowing the shofar at the Western Wall before Rosh Hashana. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

IN ISRAEL, an often heard phrase at this time of year, particularly in professional circles, is aharei ha’hagim (after the holidays).

When one person asks another when a specific project or initiative will be ready or come to fruition, the response will often be: “After the holidays.”

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