Monthly Archives: August 2022

Privilege

In Judaism, life isn’t a right; it’s a privilege. Life is a privilege granted to a person to grasp and do something with it. What are we going to do with it? Is it about having a pulse and heartbeat? … Continue reading

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A Prayer of the Righteous

Every prayer offered with sincerity and respect is viewed as a prayer of the righteous. ~ Praying with Fire

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Two Essential Ingredients

The main focus of Torah education should be on emunah and midos tovos – having a strong level of belief and mastering positive character traits. These are the two essential ingredients for observing the entire Torah. ~ R’ Moshe Feinstein … Continue reading

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Which One Are You?

A lazy person will always discover rationalizations and excuses for his failure to accomplish. The person with enthusiasm will always find a way to accomplish. ~ R’ Chayim Mordechai Katz zt”l

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Marathon Runners

I once heard a marathon runner explain that often, runners feel that they don’t have the endurance to make it to the finish line.  So you know what they do? They pick a close goal, a traffic light or a … Continue reading

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The Right Woman

A young man once asked his father, “Father, how will I ever find the right woman? His father replied, “Forget about finding the right woman, focus on being the right man.”

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Opportunities

Righteous people are those who constantly wait for the opportunity to do good.  ~ Rav Aharon of Karlin zt”l

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Only Then

Hashem helps at the moment when a person doesn’t see any natural means for his salvation – Because that’s when he places his trust in Hashem. ~ The Chazon Ish

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Kind Words

Don’t be stingy with kind words.  Words are free, and they do so much to encourage others. ~ R’ Elimelech Biderman Shlita

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Small Changes

Small changes in one’s prayer habits can make large changes in one’s life. ~ Praying with Fire

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