Monthly Archives: March 2014

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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A True Chasid

A chasid once forgot a sheaf in the field.  [It is a mitzvah to leave such sheaves in the field for the poor.]  The chasid was so happy that he told his son to offer two sacrifices in celebration.  When … Continue reading

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Reason to Celebrate

If you did things right, celebrate that you have a G‑d who appreciates your good work. And if you fell on your face, celebrate that you have a G‑d who does not abandon you when you fall.

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Like Winning a Million Dollars – deep!

Imagine that someone were to offer you a million dollars to abstain from wearing tefillin; you would surely turn down the offer.  If so, you should perform the mitzvah with as much joy as if you had received the million … Continue reading

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Make it Last

“Today will never happen again.  But one good deed can make it last forever.” ~ From Chicken Soup for the Neshama

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