Todays eMussar Lesson, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Todays eMussar Lesson

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Todays eMussar Lesson – The Joy of Spirituality – 27th Tammuz, 5769

FAITH AND TRUST

One of the fundamental truths of the Torah is that HaShem grants us eternal reward for the Mitzvoth that we perform in Gan Eden. The pleasure and happiness of Gan Eden is beyond human comprehension: “One momentary glimpse of the spiritual bliss of the Next World is better than the entire life of this world.”

Imagine they compressed into one moment all of the pleasure that a person enjoyed into the course of his life, as well as all of the pleasure that all his friends had during their lifetime, and then gave that “moment of pleasure” to one individual person to enjoy. Would it be possible to imagine that level of joy?

In addition, they add to that one moment all of the joy that all the inhabitants of his city had during their lifetime. And then they add, all the pleasure that every inhabitant of his country had during the course of their life. Finally, they add to that moment all the pleasure that everyone whoever lived from the beginning of time until the end time – and give that supreme moment to one individual.

This unfathomable moment of earthly pleasure is “the entire life of this world.” Nevertheless, one moment of the spiritual bliss of Gan Eden FAR EXCEEDS this moment of earthly pleasure!

Even more, we said that even “a glimpse of Gan Eden is greater than all of the life of this world.” For instance, imagine a king made a royal banquet in his palace. As a poor man walked by the palace, he savored the aroma wafting from the king’s feast. This is the meaning of a “glimpse of Gan Eden.” The most minimal level of joy of Gan Eden is greater than that one moment of “the entire life of this world.”

[Based on Michtav M’Eliyahu, Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler]

TODAY: Reflect on the amazing opportunity of every Mitzvah – and FULLY REJOICE in every Mitzvah that you do.

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This Week’s Article, Bitachon, Belief and Trust

 

This Week's Article

Bitachon, Belief and Trust

By Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Schwartz

    Super-Solution

We know the ads: “Do you want to lose weight? Do you want to be beautiful? Are you looking for a good job? Do you want to be wealthy? Are you feeling fatigued, weak? Tap into a great source of energy!”

Our teachings likewise point to a solution for such issues. This is bitachon, a belief that the heavens supply us with whatever we need. If we can want it, see it, believe it — then we can enjoy it as well.

Imagine a ball of fire. Imagine it as a reflection of the Creative Force. See life emanating from its center — beauty, prosperity, health, happiness. Focus on this fire — sense its warmth, energy — the pure, holy Source of all being.

Now, imagine the ball of fire burning within you — gradually healing you of any sickness, connecting your thoughts to higher wisdom and knowledge, energizing and pushing you to every achievement.

Focus on this ball of fire, and enjoy it. Focus on this ball of fire and say thank you. Smile.

    Thoughts on High

Movies or light reading may busy our minds, but they mostly keep them in the lower worlds. Dreaming is a powerful device. However, to keep our minds in the upper worlds, dreaming is not enough, certainly not by itself. We need a continuous sustained connection — an ongoing meditation for our self-growth.

Two powerful tools we can use to our advantage are prayer and study. Moreover, they complement each other very well. Through our prayer, we speak with the heavens. Through our learning, the heavens speak to us. If we can train ourselves to move, and keep moving, from prayer to study, and then from study back to prayer, we attach ourselves a magical connection that will carry us to new achievement.

Author, Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Schwartz.

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Olam Chesed Yibaneh — A world of kindness prospers
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Daily “PiCK-ME-UPs”, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily “PiCK-ME-UPs” – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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A premeditated action is more powerful than an impulsive action. We need to stop, think, and then do. Thus, we add success to our lives!

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KESER SHEM TOV, 24th Tammuz, 5769

 

KESER SHEM TOV

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Anthology of the Teachings of the Baal Shem Tov

KST 31.

The Baal Shem Tov taught:

“And now, Israel, what does G-d ask of you – only to have awe of G-d your L-rd.”1

That is, G-d asks “what” of you – “what” implies humility and selflessness. When a person reaches this level, awe of G-d will be easily attainable for him, just as it was for Moses, as the verse concludes, “only to have awe.”2

With this we can understand the verse, “His concubine,”3 which refers to false humility, “whose name was Re’umah” – that is, re’u mah, which means, see that I am “what,” that I possess humility. “[Re’umah] gave birth to Tevach” [tevach literally means slaughter], since this will eventually kill the person’s soul.4

Similarly, the names of the Tribes, Reuben, Shimon, Levi, Judah, which have holy connotations, can also have unholy ones. For instance, Re’u ben – which means, see that I am a son (of G-d); Shim’on – which means, his fame, that is, one who acts properly so that fame becomes universally known; Levi Judah – which means accompaniment and praise, that is, one who accompanies the righteous so that he receive praise.

1Deuteronomy 10:12
2As we saw in KST 29, the level of a person’s awareness and experience of G-d is intimately connected with the level of his selflessness.
3The verse quoted in this paragraph is from Genesis 22:24.
4G-d, is the Source of all life and of truth, and thus, any type of falseness inevitably dissociates one from G-d and leads to spiritual death.

Translation and commentary by Rabbi Yehoshua Starrett.

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Daily Wisdom Portion of Kabbalah, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Wisdom Portion of Kabbalah – 27th Tammuz, 5769

The Wisdom of Kabbalah

Quotes of prominent Kabbalists

“Indeed, 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?’”

Rabbi Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag (Baal HaSulam) (1884—1954), The Study of the Ten Sefirot

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Today 27th Tammuz, 5769 “Little Mitzvos”

 

Today 27th Tammuz, 5769 – “Little Mitzvos

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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.

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Daily Reminder, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Reminder – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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Stop Loshon Hora
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When someone tries to use you as an outlet for their need to gossip, you have a golden opportunity to save yourself and save your friend with you. If you don’t listen, he can’t speak. Saving a Jewish life is like saving the entire world. By refraining, you have saved not only you and your friend, but also the person who is the subject of the gossip. That makes a Chazaka.

A person’s body is the output of his two human parents. His Neshama comes from his third parent, Hashem. When you save three neshamos with one heroic act, Papa in heaven will be very appreciative. You will certainly be honored for bravery at Hashem’s gala Hatzala dinner! Chazak V’Ematz!

“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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The Daily Shmiras Ainayim Chizuk, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

The Daily Shmiras Ainayim Chizuk – 27th Tammuz, 5769


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Why is Sexual purity so important in Judaism? Our sages called Shmiras Habris “Yesod”, meaning “Foundation”. The foundation of a building is “underground” and no one sees it, yet it holds up the entire building! Shmiras Habris is the hidden part of a Jew, it’s the real you. If the foundation of a Jew is weak, his whole spiritual structure is fragile and in grave danger of collapse. At guardureyes.com we are finally joining together, for ourselves and for all future generations, to strengthen the foundations of our people!

There is a lot of material out there on the subject of guarding the eyes and the Bris, but sometimes “too much” is overwhelming.
A little bit each day is just right, to be able to read, digest and apply it to our lives.

The booklet “Windows to the Soul” by R’ Zvi Miller of the Salant foundation, is a MAN’S PRACTICAL GUIDE TO MASTERING HIS EYES. (Right click the link and choose “Save Target/Link As” to save the PDF booklet to your computer). To subscribe to eMussar, the daily lessons of the Salant Foundation, send email to salant@netvision.net.il

The Zohar compares this world to a churning ocean and the body of a man to a ship in the sea. Therefore, man requires knowledge in order to guide himself on a straight course, avoiding mishap and losing his way. The ocean of life roars fearfully and continuously. The winds of challenge blow and the negative impulse rips about like a tornado with unimaginable force. All of life comprises great and endless tests, which can easily capsize the ship and sink it into the murky, nethermost depths.

Yirat Shamayim and the study of Mussar will prevent the body from sinking into the miry depths of desire and corrupt character traits.
(Rabbi Yitzchak Blazer, Ohr Yisrael)

Today’s Shmiras Ainayim Chizuk

 

Spiritual Accounting

The only way to check whether our conduct is consistent with the principles of Torah is to establish a daily set time to examine our deeds. First we review the basic principles regarding regulating our eyes. Secondly, we review our deeds to see which conduct we should strengthen and which actions we should eliminate.

This is a highly effective way to strengthen the performance of good deeds and uproot aveirot. Through a regular evaluation of our deeds, we can determine if we are being influenced by desire. This system of checks and balances will help us to achieve mastery of our eyes.

TODAY: Take a few minutes in the evening to review your conduct for that day.

SAMPLE CHART

Here is a sample chart to make a daily accounting. Place a “check” for controlling eyes; place a “minus sign” when you did not exercise enough control.

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Daily Writings on Kabbalah and Torah, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Writings on Kabbalah and Torah – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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Everyone has different abilities depending on the tribe they represent. Let us all unify and work together in the battle against the Sitra Acher.

WISDOM CAN ONLY BE LOWERED TO A CERTAIN POINT – IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND IT READ IT OVER TWO THREE TIMES AND THINK ABOUT IT

Regarding the worship of different deities throughout history

–   Those sinners that could not receive energy from the side of Holiness turned to the other side.
–   There are different angels and deities who are appointed over different energies and attributes.
–   By worshiping these different deities one can draw down their powers.
–   During different periods in history there are power shifts amongst these deities, this explains the changes in worship throughout history.
–   Meaning the reason they were all into he ‘Baal’ was because this deity was the most prominent position holder in the sitra acher (side of evil) at that point.

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Teachings of the Sages 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Teachings of the Sages – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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ON HOLY BOOKS

“His students [those of Rabbi Pinhas of Koretz] wrote in his name that he considered the Beit Yosef’s book Maggid Meisharim to be a great and important work, that its words were of heavenly origin, and that it should certainly be esteemed; the book almost never left his table”.*

*Ms. Jerusalem 3759, fol. 166b-167a (A), cited in Joseph Karo and Israel Ba’al Shem Tov: Mystical metamorphosis; kabbalistic inspiration; spiritual internalization, by Rachel Elior, in Tarbiz: A Quarterly for Jewish Studies (B)

By Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz

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Rabbi Nachman’s Sayings and Teachings 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Rabbi Nachman’s – Sayings & Teachings – From The Essential Rabbi Nachman

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A treasury of sayings, teachings, parables and stories by the outstanding Chassidic sage, mystic and visionary, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810), whose message of faith, hope, courage, simplicity and joy is essential to each one of us and essential to the whole world.

Translated by Avraham Greenbaum

KNOWING G-D – The goal of knowledge: to know that we know nothing

The ultimate goal of all knowledge of G-d is to realize that one knows nothing. Yet even this is unattainable. A person may come to realize his own ignorance, but only in a certain area on a particular level. There is still the next level, which he has not even touched. He does not know enough about the next level to begin to realize his ignorance. No matter how high he climbs, there is always the next step. A person therefore knows nothing: he cannot even understand his own ignorance. For there will always be a level of ignorance beyond his present level of perception.

Sichot Haran #3

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

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Avodah Perek Shira, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Perek Shira – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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Perek Shira

Perek Shira: Ruach – The Winds of Change, The Spirit of Old

Ever since the destruction of the Bais HaMikdash, Bnei Yisroel has been dispersed to the four ends of the earth. We’ve traveled through every generation, every locale, every different culture, and every conceivable “Mishugas”. Our mission; not to be influenced and to remain true to our heritage. Very often we have failed, hence the continued lengthy Galus.

The word Ruach means, “spirit”. It also means “wind”. In the last hundred years alone we have seen a wave a new “ism”s that rose and fell. Usually taking our best and brightest down with them. There is no new “ism” and no magic formula that can finally rescue us from this bitter Galus. The only solution is to return to the spirit of old. The spirit of “Yisroel Saba”. By returning to our forefather’s roots, Hashem will send winds to the four corners of the world to lift us up and carry us away to Eretz Yisroel for the Geula Acharona, the final redemption.

Maybe this is pshat in the pasuk of the Shira of the “Ruach”. “Oimar LaTzafon Teini, U’L’Teiman Al Tichla’i”, Hashem says to the northern and southern winds, the destructive forces, the spirit of the times that have carried His children far away from Torah, stop your destruction. Havi’i Banai MeiRachok U’Bnoisai Miktzei Ha’Aretz”, reverse your direction and use your power and speed to carry my sons and daughter back to me. Bring them back to Torah. Bring them back for the final redemption.

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On this day, Limud yomi for, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

On this day – Limud yomi for – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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Limud yomi

Limud yomi

Daf yomi: Bava Metzia 85
Yerushalmi yomi: Shavuot 4
Mishna yomit: Ohalot 8:5
Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 320:18
Tanach yomi: Mishle Seder 4
Shabbat parshiot: Devarim

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Daily Teachings of the Baal Shem Tov, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Teachings of the Baal Shem Tov – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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The Baal Shem Tov taught: When the body is sick, the soul is sick and cannot pray properly, even if it is pure and without sin.
Therefore, one must be very careful to safeguard his health.

(Tzava’as HaRivash 106)

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Daily Torah Quote, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Torah Quote – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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An excellent and effective ways to make ourselves worthy of Divine mercy is to scrupulously avoid speaking or listening to Loshon Hora (forbidden speech).

Chofetz Chaim

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Tikun Habris, 27th Tammuz, 5769

 

Tikun Habris – 27th Tammuz, 5769

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Tikun Habris is the most important topic to discuss in this low generation, and no one is dealing with it.

If you are Jewish then you are part of the Holy nation. Have mercy on your holy soul and stop blemishing it with the sin of wasting seed. Take heed of what the kabbalah says and stop committing this sin of wasting seed.

Rebbe Nachman of Breslev on Shmiras Habris

These are only the basic references about Tikun Hbris. The torahs have a lot more about this topic. We strongly suggest that everyone learn Likutay Maharan.

How does one merit to totally nullify his ego and haughtiness and to pass all honor to G-D, this is done by being Shomer Hbris.

[Likutay 1 Torah 11]

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Tikun Mem Ches from the Tikunei Zohar has the Segulah to bring that which is precious and holy out of what has fallen into spiritual darkness and to rectify the sins related to the Bris Kodesh.

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