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Post-Holiday Blues
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Post-Holiday Blues

How to keep growing spiritually after the holiday blitz.


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Visitor Comments: 9

(8) Shelly, October 26, 2012 5:47 AM


I am planing to do something for my community, helping others grow is the best way to help yourself and btw yo can keep a great connection by inspiring others..

(7) Darren, October 25, 2012 1:14 PM


I have tried to grow and do Cheshbon Hanefesh during Elul and have tried to continue through Sukkot, now as life is back to normal to try make them into a habbit. Being consistent is very difficult, Marcheshvan is here to help me be more consistent and make good actions into habbit

(6) Anonymous, October 24, 2012 5:56 PM

Attend Shule

I go to daily morning minyan services, as well as the Saturday morning Shabbat service. This keeps the spirituality going all the time. I am also constantly involved in many shul activities. I agree with Comment #2! does it all!

(5) Sharon Raanan, October 24, 2012 11:29 AM

Shiviti HaShem l'Negdi Tamid

What I am working on this month is using a very frequently-done event as a trigger (like taking a sip of water, or answering the phone, etc.) as a reminder that "I place G-d before me at all times."

chavi, October 3, 2013 9:42 PM

I really like your idea! Thank you!!

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