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Aish Kodesh

R’ Kalonymus Kalman Shapira of Piaseczno, also known as the Aish Kodesh, would tell his students each day when lessons were over and they were about to go home: “My dear boys, never forget that the greatest thing in this … Continue reading

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Far Worse

Telling lashon hara about a Jew to someone that is not Jewish is an even graver sin.

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Take Advantage of an Eis Ratzon

When one passes a difficult test, that time is an eis ratzon, a very auspicious time, for tefillah. There was a yungerman whose daughter was lo aleinu in a hospital in Be’er Sheva. The doctors lost hope for her survival. They … Continue reading

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Do you know what chassidus is? It is to be cautious with what you say and with what you see. ~ Reb Shalom of Shotz zt”l

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The Chozeh of Lublin

The Chozeh of Lublin once wanted to arrive early in the morning to take care of an important matter. The day before, he asked his wife to prepare his evening meal earlier than usual. But it turned out that the … Continue reading

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A Greater Problem

Regarding someone who was worried about his lack of money but reluctant to take from others, R’ Yechezkail Levenstein replied: “You wrote you find it difficult to take financial assistance from others.  That is truly the proper attitude to have.  … Continue reading

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Rough Job Interview

When you have an awareness that a situation or occurrence is a test, you will find it much easier to deal with. To illustrate this concept, imagine that you went for a job interview and the potential employer shouted an … Continue reading

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