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 Shabbat Chazak-HACHODESH
Mar. 8, 2013
 
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HARDSHIPS
Hardships in life are the material world's way of beckoning to you,

"Purify me! Elevate me!"
They come to you knowing you can overcome them, and thereby they will fulfill their purpose of being.
 Shabbat Ki Tisa -Para
Mar. 1, 2013
 
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EVERY
THING!!!!!!
Everything can be done with joy.
Even remorse can be with joy.
Moshiach Matters
Shabbat Zachor
Feb. 22, 2013

 

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There are many kinds of barriers:
Barriers between people.
Barriers that prevent you from doing good things.
Barriers of your own mind and your own hesitations.
Barriers from within and barriers from without.
There are barriers that exist simply because you are a limited being.

Joy breaks through all barriers.
Moshiach Matters

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Why are we challenged?

 Shabbat Yisro
Feb. 1, 2013

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Advice on Anger.

 Shabbat Beshalach
Tu B'Shevat
Jan. 25, 2013

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Cleaning up.

Shabbat Bo 
Jan. 18, 2013 

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Confidence.

Trusting in the One Above doesn't mean waiting for miracles. It means having confidence in what you are doing right now -because you know He has put you on the right path
and will fill whatever you do with energy and blessing from on high.

Shabbat Shemois 
Jan. 4, 2013

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Get into it.

Dec. 28, 2012  

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Anxiety. 

 Shabbat VaYigash 
Dec. 21, 2012

 

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Shabbat Mikaitz 
CHANUKAH 
Dec. 14, 2012

 

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Stop Groping.

Shabbat Vayeishev 
CHANUKAH 
Dec. 7, 2012

 

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It's the day before Thanksgiving, and the butcher is just locking up when a man begins pounding on the front door. 

"Please let me in," says the man desperately. "I forgot to buy a turkey, and my wife will kill me if I don't come home with one." 

 Interview on CNN, Israel... do you think it is biased in any way ???

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Mark Regev Interview on CNN, November 15, 2012 - YouTube 

Miraculous Recovery by Injured Gaza Man?

 

 

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Why did the bagel lose the election?

It was a victim of a schmear campaign.

Wailing wall in Jerusalem ... Wailing wall in Greece ...

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Right NOW..

In each journey of your life you must be where you are.

The twentieth of Cheshvan (this year November 2, 2012 ) is the birthday of Rabbi Sholom Dov Ber (1860 - 1920) known as the Rebbe Rashab.
There is a beautiful story concerning the Rebbe Rashab illustrating the high esteem in which he held every Jew.

One of the Rebbe Rashab's followers, Reb Monye Monissohn, was a wealthy gem dealer. Once, when they were sitting together, the Rebbe spoke very highly about some simple, unlearned Jews.


Essential Peace


There are three ways to bring unity between two opposites:

The first is by introducing a power that transcends both of them and to which they both utterly surrender their entire being.

  Make it a FRESH start.

The high holidays are especially important to improve and be careful with our good deeds. "Repentance Prayer & Charity avert the evil decree."
Rosh Hashanah G-d opens the books of life and Yom Kippur is when our fate is sealed. NOW, is the time to go the extra mile and do MORE.
Please consider helping Chabad of Palm Beach and all it's vital work. In this merit G-d will help you in all that you pray for.

 Once Rabbi Sholom Dov Ber was walking with his son, Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchak in the city of Rostov Russia, and he was teaching him a very deep concept in mysticism. The son was so deep in thought, he kept on walking, even while his father stopped for a moment. Only after being called by his name, he became aware and walked back to where his father was standing.

 

 

The father then told his son. "The difference between a human - rational mind and a G-dly mind is that, a regular human mind, starts first by applying itself, and then concludes and comes to the realization that it is not humanly possible to understand everything and then turns to faith. While a G-dly mind begins with faith, and then, to personally connect, this leads to understanding."

 

This story took place in front of a building, which later on, became the headquarters for the feared GPU. Years later, Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchok was incarcerated for teaching Judaism and was sentenced to death. In the course of his interrogation in this building, he told his interrogators what he heard from his father at that place, years earlier.

 

Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchok now understood, why his father, told him those words of strength, at precisely this spot. Let's explain.

 

Both the G-dly, and rational approach, includes both faith and normal rational thinking. In the former, faith leads to the rational and personal connection, and in the latter, rational thinking leads to faith. So how different is really one approach versus the other?

 

The use of a rational mind, fits into the category and classification of the "created." Things we use in this world. While the G-dly mind approach, where faith is the starting point, this is a connection to a force higher than the created, and is therefore in the category of "creator." This is the ultimate, expected of each person, "and you are connected to G-d your G-d - you are all alive eternally."

 

When a person approaches matters, whatever it may be in his life, and his first approach is logical, and only afterwards when he recognizes the limitations of his mind he turns to another faculty inside, we call faith. Since the foundation and first step is his own mind, and this is what gives birth to his faith, his faith will be limited to the logic, which gives birth to this faith.

 

In addition, since logic can always be argued, the moment anyone comes up with an argument to his logic, out goes the faith. Since the faith is an outgrowth of his logic, it will always be limited and dependant on the parameters and strength of his logic.

 

However, when our first approach to life, or to whatever challenge we are facing, is an unwavering faith in G-d who made the world and all the circumstances I am facing. I know in a convincing fashion, beyond rational thinking, that He certainly has a good and positive purpose for everything He does, and gave me the strength to withstand whatever. This faith is purely unlimited. To begin with, it supersedes logic and rational thinking. The thinking that comes afterwards, is then infused with this faith and is incomparably stronger than the first way.

 

Resolving inner conflict. 

 

 

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