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Post  Admin on Wed 03 Aug 2011, 12:45 am

Purposeful Guidance

The Creator is the Absolute Good. He watches us in complete benevolence without a hint of evil, and in purposeful guidance. That means that His guidance compels us to undergo a series of phases, by way of cause and effect, preceding and resulting, until we are qualified to receive the desired goodness. And then we shall arrive at our purpose as a ripe and fine-looking fruit.

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Post  Admin on Wed 22 Jun 2011, 1:45 pm

A Short Course in Human Relations
The six most important words:
I admit that I was wrong.
The five most important words:
You did a great job.
The four most important words:
What do you think?
The three most important words:
Could you please. . .
The two most important words:
Thank you.
The most important word:
We.
The least important word:
I.

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Post  Admin on Tue 31 May 2011, 1:54 pm

The Question of Life
Taste and see that the Lord is good.
If we set our hearts to answer but one very famous question, I am certain that all these questions and doubts will vanish from the horizon, and you will look unto their place to find them gone. This indignant question is a question that the whole world asks, namely, What is the meaning of my life? In other words, these numbered years of our life that cost us so heavily, and the numerous pains and torments that we suffer for them, to complete them to the fullest, who is it who enjoys them? Or even more precisely, whom do I delight?
It is indeed true that historians have grown weary contemplating it, and particularly in our generation. No one even wishes to consider it. Yet the question stands as bitterly and as vehemently as ever. Sometimes it meets us uninvited, pecks at our minds and humiliates us to the ground before we find the famous ploy of flowing mindlessly in the currents of life as always.
Indeed, it is to resolve this great riddle that the verse writes, Taste and see that the Lord is good.
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Post  Admin on Tue 24 May 2011, 9:17 am

Be Healed
Inside each of us there is a hurting child and the Light of Torah is the only medicine that will bring us healing.
There's no other Power - there's no other Way!
Be Healed!!!!!! !!!!!!!
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Post  Admin on Tue 15 Mar 2011, 11:06 pm

The Lost Dowery
In order to be able to see the Light and blessings from the important spiritual actions we do, we have to make sure our ego does not become involved. When we want people to know what we have done and respect us for it we render our spiritual actions almost worthless.


This requires constant awareness, as the ego is very dangerous and constantly on the lookout for ways to come into the situation.
This idea is perfectly illustrated in a famous story about Rav Zusha of Anipoli. He was traveling the countryside and as he entered a certain town, he saw many people dressed up and standing around waiting for a wedding to begin. It appeared there was a delay, and he learned it was due to the fact that the mother of the bride had lost the dowry and could not afford to pay for the wedding.

He went through all the people and found the mother of the bride. He approached her and said, I hear you have lost your daughter's dowry. Can you please tell me the denominations the money was in so that I may help look for it?After telling him all the details, he responded, I believe I have found your money. Allow me to go back to the inn where I am staying and get it for you.

He came back a half hour later and said, I found your money. Everyone was so excited, and word quickly spread that the wedding would proceed as planned. However, out of the blue he announced, I want to take a 30% finders fee from the dowry.
Everyone started yelling at him, What are you crazy- a finders fee - this money is holding up the wedding - how dare you!
Im sorry but I believe I deserve a 30% finders fee, and I would like it now, he responded. Well, that caused a ruckus, as you can imagine, and the entire family pounced on him, grabbed the money out of his hand, and ran him out of town like a common criminal.
A few months later the leader of that town was visiting Rav Zusha's teacher, the Maggid of Mezrich, and told him what happened. I don't understand. He is a student of yours. I expected his behavior to be exemplary. How could he behave in such a selfish way?

Perplexed, the Maggid of Mezrich called Rav Zusha over and told him, I want you to tell us the real story of what happened in that town.Rav Zusha demurred, saying he would rather not because it was too embarrassing. After going back and forth, the Maggid finally said, I command you, as your teacher, to tell me the story.

And so he told it. I was traveling from town to town collecting money for my daughter's wedding. It took me about two months, but I finally raised enough money. When I arrived in this town and heard the sad story of the lost dowry, I decided that since my daughter's wedding wasn't for another few weeks, and this one was happening right now, the right thing to do was to take the money I collected and give it to this family.

I did. But, I wanted to make sure no one would know what I did, so I asked the mother the proper denominations in order to ensure that she believed the money was hers. I went back to the inn where I was staying, retrieved my own daughter's dowry, and walked over to the moneychanger to convert it into the denominations specified by the mother.

On my way there, my ego started talking to me. “Zusha, who else in the world would do what you are doing now? Who else in the world would take the money they spent months collecting for their own daughter's wedding and give it to a stranger? Who else in the world is as thoughtful and sharing as you are?With every step I took, my ego grew louder and stronger.

I realized that if I let my ego grow, my action would become almost worthless. Yes, it would have been a great personal sacrifice, but it also would have been completely taken over by my ego. I knew I had to find a way to both do the important action, and also to finish off my ego so it did not grow from this action. That is when I came up with the idea of a finder's fee, knowing full well they would run me out of town in disgrace.

It was the perfect plan - I could do the action of sharing, and still be able to diminish my ego.

The lesson in this story is that great actions of sharing when done in such a way that the ego grows - become almost worthless. As a matter of fact, they can even be detrimental. We want to be careful that whenever we do positive actions - especially if they are large and significant that we also think of ways to prevent them from growing our ego. Only then can we be certain that these actions will bring as much Light and blessings into our lives as they can.

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Post  Admin on Wed 16 Feb 2011, 5:09 pm

Pleasing The Creator

When it comes to giving, it’s never just “give” or just “do.” It’s usually, “What am I going to get back?” We’re always thinking about what we’re going to get in return.

Doing something totally for others, is very difficult for us. If we don’t get exactly what we gave in return, we at least want some kind of acknowledgment. That’s also conditional, and the benefit is temporary and negligible.

The only thing we should want in return is to please the Creator. Give and don’t worry what you will get in return. When we give with our whole heart, the blessing will come back. It doesn’t make a difference if the returns come from that person or from someone else. What we should be focusing on is the real exchange, with the Creator.

Find the strength to do one-way sharing. Obviously, you cannot continually give to someone who does nothing in return, but in the normal course, open your heart and give to others without expecting a return. Strive for things that last.

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Post  Admin on Thu 10 Feb 2011, 1:46 pm

Be Real

We all have agendas, and we have gone through a lifetime of training to conceal them. But by doing so, we’re creating a mask that we want people to see instead of allowing them to see who we really are. Some people have built a thick wall around themselves, some a thin layer, but it’s hard to connect to one another through these barriers.

We have to share from the deeper, uncovered, true essence of self. Be real about your desires, your opinions, your garbage, and your gifts. It’s not an easy task, but it is vital to your process of wiping the slate clean.



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Post  Admin on Tue 25 Jan 2011, 4:09 pm

Make Yourself Poor

Which is the most excellent of all prayers? It is the prayer of the poor - it takes precedence to all prayers of the world. This is because he is broken-hearted, and it is written, "G-d is near to the broken-hearted" . (Psalms 34:19)

Thus, when praying, a person should make himself "poor".

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Moving Forward
Achieving success can be more of a hindrence to spiritual growth than being stuck. Why? When we feel we've arrived, our momentum may slow down. It's fine to take a rest to recharge but there's always room for expansion, creating new dreams, and goals.
However, when we're stuck, we may not have clarity about our next move or even what we want in life, but we're aware that we need to move. We're aware of feeling lost and far from where our soul wants to be.
Somewhere between success and stagnation is the state of just getting by - one of the worst places to be. Just caring enough, just putting in enough effort, no real inspiration, that's when we stop moving.
Ask yourself, "Am I doing what I need to do to progress?" Be honest with yourself, because this answer is the first step in moving forward.
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