A story is told about an American tourist’s visit to the 19th century rabbi, Hofetz Chaim:
Astonished to see that the rabbi’s home was only a simple room filled with books, plus a table and a bench, the tourist asked,
“Rabbi, where is your furniture?”
“Where is yours?” replied the rabbi.
“Mine?” asked the puzzled American. “But I’m a visitor here. I’m only passing through.”
“So am I,” said Hofetz Chaim.
Source | Christopher News Notes
PONDER AND CONSIDER
Many give the impression that they’re here on planet earth forever. How aware are you of your transience? What is the unnecessary “furniture” that you are lugging around wherever you go? Is there anything concrete you can do to enjoy a simpler lifestyle and a more meaningful life?