When are we most alive?


For six days a week, do whatever you need to do to make your existence easier.

If it’s cold, heat it up. If it’s hot, cool it down. If it’s raw, cook it, and if it’s broken, fix it.

One day a week, let things be.

Just let them be.

You can’t spend all day, all week, all year, your whole life, worrying how to make things better.

One day a week, just live.

On Shabbos, I’m content with my existence, so happy just to be.

It’s the day when we’re most alive. ~ R’ Manis Friedman

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