Lihitraot Lot! Avraham and Lot Separate - 2
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Students explain that Lot decided to choose a direction to travel, and Avram chose the opposite way. They describe how Lot chose Jordan, towards Sodom. Avram made his way toward Canaan. They separated. They describe compromise.
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