A Man of Piety | Torah Paths

A man of piety complained to the Baal Shem Tov:

“I have worked long and hard in the service of Hashem, and I haven’t seen any improvement. I am still an ordinary and ignorant person.”

The Besht answered:

“You have gained the realization that you are ordinary and ignorant. This in itself is a great accomplishment!”

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