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Refraining from deriving pleasure - in the fullest sense - from this world, is only a fine preparation for serving G‑d. The service itself is transforming the physical into a vehicle for G‑dliness.
Hayom Yom, Sivan 17
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I admit, not only do I sometimes drive slightly over the speed limit, I also jaywalk in the streets of my quiet neighborhood.
I had great aspirations for becoming a full-time professional dancer, but six months ago I had a bad fall and broke my leg in several places. I was devastated!
Korach is a figure I can highly identify with. From primary grades on, I never got along too well with authority.
On the one hand, the prophet admonishes the people for their immoral choices; on the other, he speaks in lavish terms of the bright future ahead for the Jewish people.
I knew that the way I was feeling was not the kind of parent I wanted to be. I wanted to rediscover the enjoyment in parenting.
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