Enthusiasm in Judaism

How to fight the blahs on Hanukkah.

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Comments (3)

(3) Anonymous, December 19, 2014 4:23 AM

Thank you! well put as always. I will try to think of that throughout the days of Chanukah to counteract what the Jews were doing at the time of the story. How is your foot doing by the way?

(2) ross, December 16, 2014 7:28 PM

So...er...maybe I'll make dinner tonight!

How 'bout at the end of an utterly exhausting day at work, greeting your equally tired wife and destructive kids in a much more happy way! No, I can't. Well, ok, I'll try. I'll do it for chanukah.

(1) Sharona, December 15, 2014 9:05 AM

I'm trying to work on prayer. When I pray in the morning, I try to feel it connecting me to Hashem. I agree that when we pray and learn and do mitzvos, we should do it with meaning and enthusiasm


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