For example, when the Torah says “I will bring you out,” it is a wake-up call, meaning that sometimes we just have to pick up and leave a miserable situation. Sometimes things aren’t working out. It might be a neighborhood issue, social issue or workplace issue. When things aren’t going the way they should, we must get out, just like God knew it was time to take us out of Egypt. In fact, our sages teach us: Meshaneh makom, meshaneh mazal – When we change our location, we change our fortune. This is a deep kabbalistic idea that we can expand upon at another time.
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