The Faucet


A Jew is not deficient in sustenance, he may be deficient in his trust of God. From Heaven, there is always an abundance of sustenance being provided for each Jew; however, if one is deficient in trust, then the sustenance does not reach us. Bitachon is like a faucet: when we lack it, the faucet has been closed. ~ Lubavitcher Rebbe

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2 Responses to The Faucet

  1. Miriam Abrams says:

    Please, tell me how I open the faucet. Toda raba.

    Have a Joyous Day,

    *m*iriam

    ב״ה May HaShem bless you and safeguard you. May HaShem illuminate His countenance for you and be gracious to you. May HaShem lift His countenance to you and establish peace for you. Numbers 6:24-26

  2. Emuna Daily says:

    We need to do our hishtadlus by going to work and trying to make a living, and at the same time, know that in the end, everything comes from Hashem. But furthermore, we need to TRUST that Hashem WILL provide our sustenance. He is not going to less us go hungry. I used the following quote once before:

    The more independent you want to be, the more independent Hashem allows you to be. The more dependent you are on Hashem, the more dependence Hashem allows you to have. ~ R’ Ari Bergmann

    Therefore, I think what they are saying is that we should never worry that Hashem is not going to provide our sustenance. He has until this point and we trust 100% that He will continue to provide our sustenance.

    Thanks for the bracha! Good shabbos!

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