Daily “PiCK-ME-UPs” – 20th Sivan, 5769


Daily “PiCK-ME-UPs” – 20th Sivan, 5769

Daily PiCK-ME-UPs the book

Living a Dream

We need to have a dream and believe its truth. We need to see our dream as real, and – more importantly – as affecting the type of person we become. Thus, we live our dream right now.

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Empower yourself, enjoy life!
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Daily Kabbalah Portion – 20th Sivan, 5769


Daily Kabbalah Portion – 20th Sivan, 5769

The Wisdom of Kabbalah

Building the Future Society – Principles of the Future Society – Part II

8. The entire world is one family. The framework of communism according to the Torah should ultimately encircle the entire world in an equal standard of living to everybody. However, the actual process is a gradual one. Each nation whose majority accepts these basic elements practically, and who have already been brought up to bestow upon their fellow person and will have a sound cause for fuel, may enter the framework of the international communism right away.

All the nations that have already gone under the framework of international communism will have equal standards of living. The surplus of a wealthy or a diligent nation will improve the living standards of the failing or poor nation in raw materials and productive means.

9. The economic and religious form that guarantees communism will be one for all nations. It means that the religious form of all nations must first obligate its members to bestowal upon their fellow person in the form of “Love thy friend as thyself.” The aim is that the gifted and the lucky shall not enjoy society more than the backward members. This will be the collective religion for all nations that will come under the framework of the communism, excluding religious forms that do not concern the economic life.

On other matters of comportment, each will have his or her own form, which should not be changed. In other words: except for the matter of “Love thy friend as thyself,” each nation may follow its own religion and tradition, and one must not interfere with another.

10. The laws of the collective, equal for all, religion are as follows:

A. One should work for the well-being of people as much as one can and even more if needed, until there is not a single hungry or thirsty person in the entire world.

B. One may be diligent, but no person shall enjoy the society more than the backward. There will be an equal living standard for all souls.

C. Though there is religion, tokens of due honors should be imparted according to the religion; the greater benefit one contributes to society, the higher decoration one shall receive.

D. Refraining from working diligently to benefit society will induce punishment according to the laws of society.

E. Each and every one is committed to the labor of raising ever higher the living standard of the world society, so all the people in the world will enjoy their lives and will feel more and more happiness.

F. The same applies for spirituality, though not everyone is obligated to engage in spirituality but only special people, depending on the needs.

G. There will be a sort of high-court. Those who will want to dedicate their labor for spiritual life will to be permitted to do so by this court.

11. The world must not be corrected in religious matters before the economic correction is guaranteed for the entire world.

12. There should be a detailed program of all the above-mentioned rules and the rest of the necessary rules in this regard. Anyone who comes under the framework of the communism must take an oath to keep all that because G-d has so commanded. At the very least one must pledge to teach one’s children that G-d has so commanded.

By Rabbi Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag – Baal HaSulam, Building the Future Society

Source: kabbalah.info

Today 20th Sivan, 5769 – “Little Mitzvos”


Today 20th Sivan, 5769 – “Little Mitzvos”

Little Mitzvos Org

You may think, how does one little Mitzvo help . . .

Our times are calling out to us to do Teshuva, but it’s too hard for us to change our lives. Even when we try, we end up reverting back to nothing, everything as was. We MUST show HaShem that we are seeing the signs and that it means something to us.

In this way, when HaShem asks what did we did, we can reply “I took this on…”

You must not consider this “Little Mitzvos” as a replacement for the Shulchan Oruch – you must continue learning Halochos via mainstream Seforim and with Shiurim.


Go quickly to the bimah when called up for aliya.

Source: Little Mitzvos Org

Teachings of the Sages – 20th Sivan, 5769


Teachings of the Sages – 20th Sivan, 5769

Two Tzadiks


R’ Pinchas said: “G-d is prayer”.*

*A renaissance of piety: the teachings of Hasidism and the shifting paradigm, in Wrapped in a Holy Flame: Teachings and Tales of the Hasidic Masters, by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, p. 9 (B)

By Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz

Source: Two Tzaddiks

Rabbi Nachman’s – Sayings & Teachings – 20th Sivan, 5769


Rabbi Nachman’s – Sayings & Teachings

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The hard part of anything one has to do for G-d is the part left to one’s own free will. These are the things that one has to decide for oneself without being explicitly commanded or asked to do them. It is then entirely up to oneself to do as one chooses.

In all acts of devotion, something is always left for the individual to decide for himself without being instructed one way or the other. He must make his own choice. It is in the area where free will comes into play that the main work lies. There is always room for doubt about what G-d really wants, since He has given no instructions as to what to do.

Chayey Moharan #504-5

Rabbi Nachman of Breslov
“It is a great mitzvah to be happy.”

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Azamra means “I will sing” (Psalms 146:2)

“And the way to sing the song of joy is by seeking the good in all people, especially in ourselves. Each good point is one more note in the song of life!”

Rabbi Nachman of Breslov

Avodah – Perek Shira – 20th Sivan, 5769


Perek Shira – 20th Sivan, 5769


Perek Shira

Perek Shira: The Earth – Are You A Doormat?

If you are feeling like the doormat of the world, the bottom of the totem pole, stepped on by all those around you, remember that Hashem created everything including the ground. You have a direct relationship with Him and have the same access as the “higher ups” to get to him. When you are down look up! Nothing separates you from the top.

“To Hashem belongs the whole earth and it contents, the world and all its inhabitants” “From the edges of the earth songs are heard…”

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On this day – Limud yomi – 20th Sivan, 5769


On this day – Limud yomi – 20th Sivan, 5769


Limud yomi

Limud yomi

Daf yomi: Bava Metzia 48
Yerushalmi yomi: Bava Batra 1
Mishna yomit: Keilim 27:10
Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 312:7
Tanach yomi: 12 Prophets Seder 13

From: Kaluach – Hebrew/civil calendars

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