Have a wonderful Shabbat! – 21st Sivan, 5769

 

The Holy One, blessed be He,
said to Moses,
“I have a precious gift
in My treasure house,
called the Sabbath,
and desire to give it to Israel;
go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)
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Daily Reminder – 20th Sivan, 5769

 

Daily Reminder – 20th Sivan, 5769

RevachL'Neshama

Zechiras Miriam

In Precarious Times

In times like this when we always have Tehilim on the tip of our tongue waiting for the next piece of tragic news, there is something else we can do. If you have something negative to say on the tip of your tongue, just swallow it for now. It is a most potent anti-terror weapon. B’ezras Hashem if we don’t say the latter words, we will spare ourselves the need to say the prior words.

“Zachor Eis Asher Asa Hashem L’Miriam BaDerech B’Tzaischem MiMitzrayim”

The Ramban and other Rishonim count, among the Mitzvos Aseh Min HaTorah, the mitzva of remembering and saying with your mouth each day what Hashem did to Miriam when she spoke about her brother Moshe. The Chofetz Chaim in Shaar Tvunah Perek 12 says that being Mikayem this mitzva can save you from the aveira of Lashon Hara. More than just saying the pasuk, says the Chofetz Chaim, one must think about the incident in order for it to have its intended effect.

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Bringing Heaven Down to Earth – 20th Sivan, 5769

 

Bringing Heaven Down to Earth – 20th Sivan, 5769

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Faith and Reason

By Rabbi Tzvi Freeman

Daily Dose – Today’s Meditation – Faith and Reason

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Self-Growth – Keep Smiling – 20th Sivan, 5769

 

Self-Growth – Keep Smiling – 20th Sivan, 5769

Self-Growth - Keep Smiling
 

The World of Thought

By Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Schwartz

Take every opportunity you have to enter the world of thought. You will be only the happier and richer for it.

Have a growth-filled, uplifting day

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