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September brings the return to school (except for those blessed by homeschooling, where the schedule is naturally a little more relaxed) and the Autumn Feasts: Yom Teruah, the Days of Awe, Yom HaKippurim and, of course, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. As the weather starts to turn that little bit cooler and the rain starts to fall, we start focussing on our classes for the winter and making sure that we have enough fuel in to cover the cold months of the year. But Tikkun is not letting up on the pace - this month's newsletter is as full as usual of challenging and encouraging articles. Remember to let us know what you think of the articles too. Just click at the bottom of each article to be able to join in the debate and add your comments to the subjects that our authors have selected. If you makes you think or ponder, then share those thoughts with the rest of our readers - it probably made them think too!
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Dan Juster: Honoring the Son
At a critical point in time, Dan shows us just how important it is to give the Son the honor that is due to Him.
Eitan Shishkoff: Passing the Torch
Just how do you motivate the next generation to take their place and pick up the baton for the next leg of the race? Eitan talks about those who mentored him and how he is already working with the generation after him.
Moshe Morrison: My Grandfather's Clock
A rediscovered family heirloom and the story behind it give Moshe a message to share of God's faithfulness.
Asher Intrater: The Three Dimensional Kingdom
Asher explains how a proper alignment of the three dimensions of the kingdom are necessary to get a proper perspective on how the kingdom really looks.
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