Posted in Dvar Torah, on October 22, 2014

Parshat Noach: They’re small, but raindrops add up – Corrine Malachi, New York NCSY Alumna

The story of Noah is famous: G-d sends a flood to wipe out the world for being wicked, except for one man, Noach, and his family, who are tasked with building an ark so that life may prevail. But what did humanity do that was so bad? Rashi blames the little stuff.
Corrine Malachi, an alumna of New York NCSY and West Coast adviser for the Seattle chapter, explains that just as the small things can bring a person down, little mitzvot and bits of learning can elevate you.