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Rav Noah's Wisdom

One piece of wisdom from Rabbi Weinberg that changed my life.

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Visitor Comments: 15

(15) Richard, July 12, 2012 5:10 AM

Delving deeper , yes and no ?

it is inspirational on one level but on another something is going wrong, my gut tells me if we are trying to do good in areas that do not actually if we are honest really turn us on then , we are trying..It's the geo at work .. It's not really God, in the sense that a child is captivated by this or that and in the next moment something else, what great scientists and artists also have this inspiration, if it doesn't relly interest you then don't do it , wait for the inspitration to come , question and explore . But failure is a sure sign we are engaged in what we know deep down isn't really our thing , in Zen medling in the affairs of others they call "intereference", how can someone who has never been poor help the poor , vewy often self interest born out of years of struggle produces the sense of solidarity and committmnet to a common cause, but do good-ing just meets with a subconscious rebuttal by thosae who sense this person really isn't on the same wavelength and the project doesn't work. God Bless Richard

(14) KAREN, November 27, 2011 3:36 PM



(13) Anonymous, January 21, 2011 4:36 PM

That God the Father loves this world, we should have the same love. Through teaching, to inspire others to look at the world through a Father's eyes. The bigger picture!!!!!!!!!!! The eyes of LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(12) Scott, January 21, 2011 1:17 AM


Does anyone know where I could get pictures of Rav Noach to frame and put on my wall at home?

(11) Alan Drake Tyree, January 19, 2011 10:08 PM

About Rabbi Noach Weinberg Zt"l

I can't believe it's been two years since his passing. When I first found and started returning to the website, it was Rabbi Noach Weinberg's Zt"l 48 ways to wisdom I used to listen to and read. They were and still are very inspiriing. The website has definitly changed my life, and as I have since read it has changed others as well; leading one to conversion, believe it or not. His words were that powerful. He very well could be the reason I want to convert. What a legacy he left!

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