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Dont Quit!
Lori Almost Live

Dont Quit!

Conquering frustration in one area of your life.


Published: January 23, 2010

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Visitor Comments: 28

(28) terrin, February 3, 2010 4:31 AM

thank you

i really enjoy your stories and insights. thank you!! I think my item will be candle lighting. it is so simple but it seems that no matter how prepared I am-- i manage to blow it..a minute, 30 seconds 5 minutes's really pathetic. .... i think i have such a hard time because it's non-negotiable.

(27) , January 31, 2010 4:49 AM

Exercise-finally doing it

Thanks for affirming what I'm doing this year. Since my son was born 4 years ago, I hadn't exercised at all. This past Rosh Hashana, I made a plan with my Rabbi, went to physical therapy, and now have a plan in place working out twice a week. It's sooooo hard to keep up with my 3 times a week at home exercises too (which I need to do), thanks for the reminder to keep at it!

(26) aviva, January 28, 2010 8:41 PM

thanks lori!!!! im determined to become fluent in hebrew. B'H soon!

(25) Anonymous, January 28, 2010 7:04 AM

Quitting was never an option for me.

Six years ago I was entrusted with the raising of my two precious grandchildren when their mother became unable to do so.Although there has been abundant frustration, quitting was never an option for me. I wanted to further my Jewish education, and found you and to enable me to achieve both goals. The children and I learn on together now! Thank you for helping me bring the illuminating light of Jewish learning to our next generation!

(24) Brenda Doubet, January 28, 2010 12:37 AM

Excellent points and ideas. Thank you!

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