4 Ways to Find Inner Joy
‘Tis the season to battle a touch of the blues.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff (taken from Aish.com)
It’s the season of office parties, family vacations and too many selfies popping up on Instagram and your facebook page. It sometimes feels as if everyone else is in a better place and having more fun. Many find themselves feeling down, unsettled, and battling a touch of the blues.
What can we do to find our personal joy?
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The Path to Excellence (taken from Simpletoremember.com)
We are all tempted to seek out short cuts, cut corners and take the path of least resistance. Unfortunately, this inclination also tends to be the path to the least accomplishment, the least meaning and the least pleasure.
Four Steps to Effective Prayer
Am I talking to a wall? And doesn’t God already know what I need?
by Dina Coopersmith (Taken from Aish.com)
There are four primary misconceptions that prevent us from effectively communicating with our Creator through prayer.
Why did the Jews at Sinai
acceptthe Torah before
understanding everything in it?
by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt
At Mount Sinai, the Jewish people accepted the Torah with the words,na’aseh v’nishma – we will do, then we will understand (Exodus 24:7). Their commitment to keeping God’s Torah was not in any way contingent upon their understanding why they should do so. They were ready to do whatever God would command, irrespective of whether or not it made sense to them.
Understanding the wisdom of Judaism’s most important prayer. An Aish.com Film
by Charlie Harary
Each of your children is a match made in Heaven.
by Mrs. Lori Palatnik