Monthly Archives: December 2015


  The Torah gave a doctor permission to heal – but who gave him the right to give up hope? ~ R’ Yehoshua Leib Diskin zt”l

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Instead of adding a stringency to the law, it would be better to add fear [of God] to one’s deeds.  ~ The Kotzker Rebbe zt”l

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When You Love Someone

When you love someone, don’t love him according to your preferences and desires, but according to his preferences and desires. ~ Rabbeinu Yonah of Gerondi zt”l

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You Live There for a Reason

Divine Providence leads EVERYONE to his place of residence for the purpose of strengthening Yiddishkeit and disseminating Torah. When you plow and you sow – things will grow.  ~ R’ Yosef Yitzhak Schneerson zt”

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Benefit of the Doubt

If at all feasible, you should give people the benefit of the doubt.  If you relate an incident, not giving the benefit of the doubt in circumstances which obligate you to do so, you would be guilty of speaking loshon … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Womb – Brilliant!

In a mother’s womb were two babies. One asked the other: “Do you believe in life after delivery?” The other replied, “Why, of course. There has to be something after delivery. Maybe we are here to prepare ourselves for what … Continue reading

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Teshuvah on Shabbos

The Lubliner Rebbe asked “How is it possible that one may do teshuvah on Shabbos?  After all, when doing teshuvah on Shabbos, one carries all the sins of the secular world into the kedusha of Shabbos, which is like carrying … Continue reading

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Whoever desires something that is not his, will not get what he wants and will lose what he already has. ~ Talmud – Sotah 9a

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We grow when we remember we are not who we were yesterday, and tomorrow we will not be who we were today. ~ R’ Tzvi Freeman

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One of the Greatest Gifts

One of the greatest gifts that Hashem has given us is the opportunity to do Teshuva.  One day, we will no longer have that opportunity.  We don’t know when that day will be.  Therefore, don’t wait.  Do it now.  Here … Continue reading

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