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|Gay Atlanta rabbi discusses New Year's resolutions with CNN|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Monday, 31 December 2012 14:40|
Rabbi Joshua Lesser of Atlanta's Congregation Bet Haverim was a guest on CNN to talk about ways to include faith-based resolutions as we ring in 2013 tonight.
Lesser, who is openly gay (and a proud gym enthusiast), praises working on physical fitness as a resolution. But faith is also something we can work on, he said.
"Our bodies and minds and our spirits are all connected and we need to attend to them and the New Year is a great time to check in," he said.
Volunteering, getting out in nature and unplugging from modern technology are also other ways to reconnect with oneself, Lesser said.
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