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Keeping your Word

When a person is faithful to his every utterance and righteously lives up to his word, he merits that Hashem will “do all that he expressed verbally.” Thus, every person has the ability to fulfill the words of Chazal: “Tzadik … Continue reading

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We All have Faults

Rabbi Yoself Leib Bloch used to say that regardless of how high a level a person is on, he always has natural tendencies that bring him down.  This is the very nature of man. Rather than allowing those tendencies to … Continue reading

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Rationalizations

In order for a person to maintain proper middos, he must put himself in another’s place.  When someone does something that you consider wrong or improper, think about how many rationalizations you would have been forced to come up with … Continue reading

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A Sad Reality

When someone sees his neighbor acquiring some worldly property, whether some kind of food or clothing, or a house, or accumulating money, he works hard to get the same, because he thinks, “If my friend has this, I should also … Continue reading

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One Pure Tefillah

The power of tefillah is so great that if a person were to daven one single prayer with perfect concentration and the purest intent, that single prayer would have the power to gather together all the other tefillos that he … Continue reading

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Vacation

When people want to free themselves from their humdrum workaday life, they go on vacation. They rent a cabin with half the rooms they have at home and sacrifice many of the conveniences they generally rely upon. They rough it.  … Continue reading

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If only…

Only fools waste their present moments regretting what is over and done with.  They will constantly say, “If only I hadn’t gotten involved in this venture, I wouldn’t have suffered.”  If only I would have stayed an hour longer, this … Continue reading

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