“It is not how much or how little you have that makes you great or small, but how much or how little you are with what you have, how much or how little you utilize what has been lent to you for action in the service of God — that is it which makes you great or small."
Horeb: Taavah Covetousness, Ch. 13
“What you want is not to collect around yourself the greatest possible circle of possessions, but to make yourself a centre from which as large as possible a collection of works pleasing to God streams forth."
“Young men and young women of Israel! Let the consciousness of your mission penetrate you through and through! …Live in God’s creation as brothers and sisters of the greatest as of the smallest, all like you, you like all, called upon to be servants of the One and Only. …Then will the rolling thunder, the effulgent sun, the blade of grass that nods to you as you walk, the breeze that fans you as it passes, greet you and remind you of your task."