Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Definition of Serving Hashem

The definition of what it means to serve Hashem is the feeling of humility of someone who receives a benefit.  If favors are done for an individual and he is unable to pay for what he is receiving, he is … Continue reading

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Needing Honor

If you need others to honor you, you are in a worse situation than someone who needs others to give him charity.  When someone resorts to begging for tzedakah (charity), others feel sorry for him and have mercy on him.  … Continue reading

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A Good Wife

A good wife is one who makes her husband want the right things. ~ R’ Tzvi Freeman

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Announcement: Some Changes to Emuna Daily

A friend of mine heard from R’ Moshe Weinberger of Aish Kodesh, that hearing stories of tzaddikim (righteous people) after Shabbos, is very beneficial for our neshamos (souls), as the stories themselves as well as the mentioning of a tzaddik provides … Continue reading

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We Don’t Have all the Answers

Hashem tells us through the prophet, לא מחשבותי מחשבותיכם – the human mind is not capable of understanding His ways in this world.  Part of being a Jew is knowing that we do not have to know the answers to … Continue reading

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“There are stars whose light only reaches the earth long after they have fallen apart. There are people whose remembrance gives light in this world, long after they have passed away. This light shines in our darkest nights on the … Continue reading

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Insincere Peace

An insincere peace is still better than a sincere quarrel! ~ The Chozeh of Lublin (Torah Tavlin)  

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