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Our Main Job
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The pasuk says, “עם זו יצרתי תהילתי יספרו“-our main jobs in this world is to praise and thank Hashem. We should always see the good, because there is nothing else besides good. Sometimes the good is obvious, when a person has everything he needs and life is smooth. Other times, when there is hardship and […]
What’s Wrong With Being a Loner?
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ג,ד/ה:  חנניה בן חכינאי אומר, הניעור בלילה, והמהלך בדרך יחידי, והמפנה ליבו להבטלה הרי זו מתחייב בנפשו. Chanina Ben Chachinai says, one who remains awake at night, and one who walks a journey alone and one who empties his heart from thought, is responsible for his loss of soul. The obvious question may be posed: […]
2.2. Why Are We Here?
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Sources refer to the Ramchal’s Derech Hashem. —————————————– Since God is perfect and His existence requires nothing else, why did He create the universe? This was so that He could bestow His goodness on others. God is the ultimate good. His wisdom decreed that this be expressed by allowing created beings to get close to […]
The Bashert Test
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One of the greatest challenges in life is finding the balance between bitachon and histadlus—recognizing that HASHEM runs the world, yet actively doing our part. If this is difficult in many situations, it is much more so when it comes to choosing a spouse. The question is: what is the correct approach when dating? The […]
Tzarich Iyun: Jews with Tattoos
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Misconception:[1] A Jew with a tattoo may not be buried in a Jewish cemetery. Fact: This belief has no basis in Jewish law. Just as a Jew who violated other Torah laws may be buried in a Jewish cemetery, so too may one who violated the prohibition against being tattooed. Background: This misconception is widespread […]