Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dancing in the Rain + Segulah Today!

“Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain!” Additionally, there is a segulah for parnasah and hatzlacha from the Shlah Hakadosh on the eve of Rosh Chodesh Nissan which is the month of … Continue reading

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Digging a Pit

Az me grubt a grub far yenem, falt men alain arein. If you dig a pit for someone else, you fall in it yourself.

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Tooth Extraction

While waiting in a dentist’s office in Jerusalem, Rabbi Noson Tzvi Finkel heard the groans of a patient who was having a tooth extracted.  Rabbi Finkel expressed his feelings of sorrow for that person and immediately stood up and prayed for his welfare. ~ Hameoros Hagdolim

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The Antithesis of Torah Study

Talmud Yerushalmi (Pe’ah 1:1) states that the reward for studying Torah is equivalent to that of all other mitzvos combined, and the punishment for speaking loshon hora is equivalent to that of all other sins combined.

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A Rabbi and a Cantor

“If a person says that a rabbi cannot sing and a cantor is not a scholar, he is guilty of speaking lashon hora.  But if someone says that a rabbi is not a scholar and the cantor cannot sing, it is tantamount to murder.” ~ R’ Yisroel Salanter zt”l

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To Die For

“If you don’t know what you’re prepared to die for you don’t know what you’re living for!” ~ Harav Noach Weinberg zt”l

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Don’t wait for inspiration; BE the inspiration!

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Guard your tongue

“One who guards his mouth and tongue, guards his soul from troubles” ~ Mishlei 21:23

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Rotten Apple

Ain foiler epel farfoilt di ander. One rotten apple spoils the other.

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A Tzaddik’s Blessing

When the mouth is sanctified, any blessing that it issues is fulfilled. R’ Dovid Dov Tierhaus zt”l told the story of his neighbor, a man by the name of Breslauer. In his youth, he worked in the kitchen for Rebbetzin … Continue reading

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