Writing “Lists” for the Fall Season

Many of us keep lists, a “to-do” list, projects we are working on, things needed at the store. Some even make lists based on an over abundance of lists. Back in Genesis, we have a genealogical list of humankind, one of many lists in the Torah. What do you put on the priority list of your daily life? Aside from items needed at the store, how do you place your spiritual life on the list of what’s important? Abraham and Sarah were, as our ancestors, the first to place the covenantal relationship at the top of their list. Does that affect our lives today, four millenia later?