the clever and the simple one.

I was in a jury selection the other day and the judge said that every person should try their best to have an impartial opinion. That is a part of the human aim of being a just individual, he said, and to serve on a jury doesn’t require a high level of education; it just requires a high level of commonsense. This is a helpful perspective. For many things in life, we don’t need amazing wisdom or prophecy, but honest commonsense mixed with love.

Here is Rabbi Nachman’s story about ‘The Clever One and the Simple One’…

http://www.breslev.co.il/articles/breslev/rebbe_nachmans_wisdom/the_clever_and_the_simple_one.aspx?id=1889&language=english

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