Meaningful Life’s Reflections 27th Shevat 5770

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A person’s success in business reflects his ability to influence others. When G-d grants these talents to someone, it is so that he utilizes them to affect for the better all those that he comes in contact with.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 26th Shevat 5770

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True, wholesome joy come from within. From a deep feeling that “I matter,” my feelings count and I know I can contribute. Every person matters because he was created by G-d with a unique purpose that no other person can fulfill.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 25th Shevat 5770

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Wisdom is strength. Sensitivity is even stronger. But the greatest strength of all is persistence and commitment. It is the stuff from which trust is born. And with trust in a true friend, no challenge is too difficult.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 20th Shevat 5770

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Life is a constant struggle. The struggle to survive, to make ends meet; the struggle of one’s upward striving, creative self, to grow and excel with his mundane, self oriented nature: The spirit of man gravitates upward, while the physical in him drags him down. Yet it is the struggle itself that brings out the best in us.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 19th Shevat 5770

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Life is a constant struggle. The struggle to survive, to make ends meet; the struggle of one’s upward striving, creative self, to grow and excel with his mundane, self oriented nature: The spirit of man gravitates upward, while the physical in him drags him down. Yet it is the struggle itself that brings out the best in us.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 16th Shevat 5770

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Today is the New Year for trees, when trees begin to bud in Israel. The grapevine boasts of her product that “makes joyous G-d and man.” The nature of joy is that it reveals; it brings to expression vast resources untapped in ordinary cicumstances.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 14th Shevat 5770

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Prayer is compared to a ladder. Prayer is a journey; a trip man takes from his mundane place on the ground to a higher, spiritual place. And how far one might travel, there are always greater heights to be scaled. Rung after rung, reaching forever higher.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 13th Shevat 5770

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If I were you, who would be me? If you were I, who would be you? Just as every snowflake has a different shape, so does every person have a different personality; each one blessed with unique qualities, each contributing a special flavor and shade to the beautiful tapestry that is mankind.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 12th Shevat 5770

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Prayer is compared to a ladder. Prayer is a journey; a trip man takes from his mundane place on the ground to a higher, spiritual place. And how far one might travel, there are always greater heights to be scaled. Rung after rung, reaching forever higher.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 11th Shevat 5770

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“The sun rises and the sun sets.” Before the leader of a generation passes, a new leader is ready to rise in his stead.

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Meaningful Life’s Reflections 10th Shevat 5770

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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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Meaningful Life’s Reflection 9th Shevat 5770

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There are times when one must deal with a powerful negative force in our lives which might terrify us and stop us from facing challenges. However, we must know that, though the fear might be justified, we do not go alone; G-d leads the way. G-d tells us: Come with me and I will give you all the strength to face the enemy and not be hurt. On the contrary, you will overpower him, for the strength of good in your G-dly soul is more powerful than any force.

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Meaningful Life 7th Shevat 5770

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The liberation from Egypt was not just a one time event, but it transformed the Jewish people into a free nation; a people infused with the capacity to transcend all forms of bondage that confines and impedes us from growing.

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Meaningful Life 6th Shevat 5770

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The first thing a Jew does upon awakening in the morning is acknowleding G-d for returning him his soul. This sets the tone for the entire day; a thread that connects all his daily activities, expressing his one indivisible soul. Note and compare this with the fragmentation that results from beginning the day with business or other dealings – without giving time for introspection to distinguish between the means and the end.

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MeaningfulLife 5th Shevat 5770

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Hillel said: “If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am alone, what am I?” A healthy person has a proper balance between personal responsibility and his need for support and interaction with others. Indeed, one complements the other: When one has a clear understanding of his own space and abilities, he knows when and how to constructively rely on others, not as a crutch but as an opportunity to reach and grow to a greater place than he can attain on his own.

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Meaningful Life 2nd Shevat 5770

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There is nothing as straight as a crooked ladder. There is nothing as crooked as a straight lie. There is nothing as broken as a whole ego (with no place to grow). And there is nothing as whole as a broken heart.

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Meaningful Life Center 29th Tevet 5770

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Rabbi Zusha was once seen weeping in a corner. When asked why the sadness, he responded, “When I come before the Heavenly Court, I do not fear that they will ask me why I wasn’t like this Rabbi or that great scholar, but why I wasn’t the best Zusha I could have been?!”

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Meaningful Life Center 28th Tevet 5770

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Modern psychology has only recently come to realize the age old secret of Judaism: the power of education in the early, formative years of a child. The experiences of a child in its first months and years makes the deepest impression and has the strongest effect on the child’s character and development. So parents, pay heed. In your child you have a most precious and delicate gift; treat it with the greatest care and love.

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Meaningful Life Center 27th Tevet 5770

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True growth is only possible by transcending and reaching above and beyond your own ego and its subjective needs.

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Meaningful Life Center 26th Tevet 5770

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Warm thoughts for a cold night: No matter how chilly outside, man has the capacity to warm his environment and thaw the frost. The cold – and high air pressure – tends to wake us up and keep us crisp and fresh; it reddens our cheeks, pumps up our circulation and keeps us on our toes.

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