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Losing graciously may seem like a lost art, but the Torah teaches us it is actually one route to greatness!

When the Jewish people traveled in the desert, a leader was to be chosen for each of the groups. There was a dispute among a couple of the leaders, but only one could be selected.

How did the one who lost respond? Rabbi Ari Enkin, Rabbinic Director of United with Israel, explains in this video how the reaction of the tribal leader who was not selected provides a critical lesson about the importance of letting go after a dispute is resolved.






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