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Role models surround us they are those who possess the qualities that we would like to have and those who have affected us in a way that makes us want to be better people to advocate for ourselves and our goals and take leadership on the issues that we believe in We often dont recognize our true role models until we have noticed our own personal growth and progress In the midst of the modern world we often look to our matriarchs and patriarchs for moral guidance Just as we look to them as role models to be emulated in our lives and in the resolution of our own moral dilemmas so do we learn from them when they falter and we may then learn how not to act When thinking about significant influence in my life my mind often wonders to Sarah Imeinu the mother of the Jewish people Sarah Imeinus life was anything but easy She faced many hardships that could have sent anyone fleeing from the right derech Yet throughout her entire life she stuck with the light of Hashem the flame only growing brighter as time went on Sarah connected every movement to divine service even in the midst of the most challenging circumstances Our first real encounter with Sarah is her journey with Avraham down to Egypt during a time of famine We learn that a person can risk his life to save another from Sarah Imeinu saying that she was Avrahams sister thereby risking herself to save Avraham Once there her beauty is noticed by the people and she is taken to Paros palace When Paro realized Sarah was indeed Avrahams wife he returned her and ordered them both to leave Egypt Bereishis 1214-20 Sarahs test in Egypt was overwhelming She found herself at Pharaohs side with access to what was considered the worlds most advanced alluring and cultured civilization Throughout this
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