Monthly Archives: July 2011

Improving oneself

“Improving oneself does not mean that he has to be one hundred percent better in one specific thing.  It means that he has to be one percent better in one hundred things.” ~ Torah Tavlin

Posted in Mussar | Leave a comment

Altering Nature

“Prayer has the capability of altering nature.  Since Hashem is above nature, those who turn to Him raise themselves above the limitations of nature.”  ~ The Garden of Emuna

Posted in Prayer | 1 Comment

Know your strengths

“A great Rabbi once said that if one doesn’t know their flaws, that is indeed not a good thing, but oy va voy if he doesn’t know his strengths and talents, because without being armed with this knowledge he will … Continue reading

Posted in Mussar | Leave a comment

Shalom Bayis

The best gift you can give your children and future generations is to work on your relationship. Good intentions aren’t enough; make your marriage a priority. ~ R’ Shlomo Slatkin

Posted in Shalom Bayis | Leave a comment

Greet others with a happy face

“A great Rabbi once said that a smile is likened to a candle.  Many candles can be lit from a single one, but that never diminishes the original candle’s light.”  R’ Jonathan Ghermezian

Posted in Mussar | Leave a comment

Every act is an opportunity

“Every moment, every human activity is an opportunity to connect with the Infinite. Every act can be an uplifting of the soul. It is only your will that may stand in the way. But as soon as you wish, you … Continue reading

Posted in Spirituality | Leave a comment

Everyone has Emuna

“In reality, all of us have emuna; most people simply fail to ‘live’ their emuna.” ~ The Garden of Emuna

Posted in Emuna | Leave a comment