If we wouldn't eat something that didn't match the label, maybe we should double-check the contents of what we are learning, too.
Without animal sacrifices to remind us about sin, how can we keep from becoming too callous to its consequences?
Sometimes, the most kind actions and words come from the people that the world might overlook.
Is living a life of righteousness enough, or should we consider how other people perceive our actions, as well?
Sometimes, we need to look at others' lives from a different angle (and let them do the same in return) to find - and fix - the hidden fractures.
While symbols and imagery help us remember things about God, can they inadvertently become the objects of our worship?
Even if we look like we are sorry for what we have done, it doesn't really change anything if we don't work to also change our heart and our actions.