Thank you for posting this. The everyday world is so lacking in wisdom. So few have it. Rabbi Friedman has it in abundance. I'm not Jewish, although I once had a boss who was and told me I was Jewish but just didn't know it yet. But this man's words seem to be the fruit of a quiet inward journey, one that we all should take. This is the second sermon by a Rabbi that I will remember, the first being one given by the rabbi at my friend's daughter's Bas Mitzvah. My only other favorite was delivered by an Episcopalian archbishop.