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September 18, 2012
October 19, 2012 11:52 AM
response to "Life of the Party"
For Yiddim, this reminds me that Torah Services are the Party, and as long as we focus our higher mind (Nefesh Elokeet) and body to live by the Torah Moshe, HaShem allows us to be the "Life of the Party" for Olam haZeh too!!!!
October 16, 2012 5:58 PM
I think I'm Chaim soul, and Bracha body! :P
I love this website. Toda for making all the awesome posts.
September 23, 2012 6:17 AM
hi i'm enjoy and intereted in reading more and learning more from you. your messages has shaped me into a new creature. thaks to Ish
September 21, 2012 11:28 PM
Life is short ( live your life )
Finally, I knew it from a long time that I'm not the only one and god create more Chaim !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ursula verena RüEGG,
September 21, 2012 10:23 AM
great speech from Mrs. Lori Palatnik
I heard all of the last words of her, I am happy to be in one spirit with you I love ISRAEL, the Jewish people, I think in my forefathers I get a little bit jewish blood, I always loved Israel and I defend, not what all my friends was thinking no we must help Palestina, so I think the LORD himselves gave me that LOVE AMEN bless you all thanks for beeing ONE SPIRIT - united in the Ruach Ha Kodesh AMEN - greetings from Switzerland
September 19, 2012 7:06 PM
More and more interesting!!
I am getting more convinced that i'm a chaim soul. I know plenty of 'bracha' souls but i wouldn't have pegged them as lazy and constantly late. However that descrpition fits me perfectly! But i don't think i'm a couch potato, If i have free time i'll spend it practicing guitar or trying to create something or taking a long walk. Can't wait for Tov. Once again thanks a bunch for this great series!
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