Monthly Archives: September 2019

Suggestion #5

Let’s work on coming to shul on time or even early! First consider this quote: “It was worthwhile for Hashem to create the world, and to keep it existing for six thousand years, just for one person to recite ‘Baruch … Continue reading

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Suggestion #4

However much Torah we are learning, we can probably learn more.  I don’t think there has ever been a time history where the opportunity to learn Torah was more accessible to the average person than it is today.  There are … Continue reading

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Suggestion #3

When we speak lashon hara about someone else, it essentially allows the Satan to speak lashon hara about us.  By speaking lashon hara, we literally give the Heavenly prosecutor the right to prosecute us for our sins. This is measure … Continue reading

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Suggestion #2

One of the most famous parts of the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur davening is when we say “Teshuvah (repentance), Tefillah (prayer) and Tzedakah (charity), will remove the evil decree.” Certainly Teshuvah and Tefillah belong here, but why is Tzedakah included among the … Continue reading

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Suggestion #1

As discussed in my previous post, over the next couple of weeks, I am IY”H going to post different ways that we can each attempt to improve ourselves. Let’s get started with working to improve our davening experience. One way … Continue reading

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Special Announcement

Friends, as Rosh Hashana, the Day of Judgment is quickly approaching, I want to try something a little different.  Now is the time of year when we should all be working on self-improvement.   The question, however, is what we are … Continue reading

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The Most Powerful Segula

A childless person went to many doctors for treatments. The treatments were extremely painful, but all his attempts proved futile. One year, he came to his rebbe, and he begged him to bless him with  children. It was then Slichos, … Continue reading

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