Reflections 10th Shevat 5770

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In the same manner as one blesses for the good one should bless for the bad.
Gemara Berakhot 48b

SOURCE: Rabbi Raymond Beyda’s Reflections at Torah.org

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 10th Shevat 5770

Daily Reflection

The Talmud says that two people can lift a weight greater than twice the amount one can lift on his own. The collective energy of several people is more powerful than the sum of the parts. That is why doing something together with others has so much potency and much greater chances at success, than when doing the same project on your own.

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Teachings of the Sages 10th Shevat 5770

Two Tzadiks

ON TRUTH

“Respect for truth was so profound among [R’ Pinchas’s] friends and followers that they dared not repeat his comments for fear of misquoting him”.*
*Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 20. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

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Avodah Perek Shira 10th Shevat 5770

 

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Perek Shira: The Hen – Can You Afford To Have Another Child?

The Gemara says that a hen which lays an egg every day proves that Hashem has made creation with the possibility of giving forth offspring every day. Does the hen not worry who will support all these chicks? The smart little hen knows the secret of how this world really works; parents do not provide the child with food Hashem does. A newborn child is not a burden on his earthly parents already strained budget. Each child is also a child of Hashem’s and is born with his own expense account from his Father in Heaven.

The Hen Sings “Nosen Lechem L’Chal Basar Ki L’Olam Chasdo”; Hashem provides sustenance to each individual because his kindness is eternal.

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Joke of the day 10th Shevat 5770

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The wall separating Heaven and Hell collapsed. Obviously the fires of Hell undermined the wall. The residents of Heaven demanded that the residents of Hell rebuild the wall. The residents of Hell replied that they had no interest; as a matter of fact, the sweet breeze of Heaven plus the marvelous fragrances were welcome. So they won’t rebuild. So of course it went to court. Who do you think won? The people of Hell! How come? They couldn’t find a good lawyer in Heaven!

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On this day Limud yomi for 10th Shevat 5770

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Limud yomi

  • Daf yomi: Bava Batra 157
  • Yerushalmi yomi: Berachot 13
  • Mishna yomit: Tahorot 10:1
  • Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 399:7
  • Tanach yomi: Melachim Seder 30
  • Shabbat Parshiot: Beshalah
  • Torah Reading: BESHALACH (Exodus 13:17-17:16)*
  • Haftara: Judges 4:4-5:31 Song of Debora.*

*Source: AZAMRA

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