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September 27, 2007 11:06 AM
I wish you were my neighbor - I'd certainly enjoy getting to know you. Have you ever had dream, where in the dream you were doing something and it really felt like you were actually doing the activity in the dream? ... and in the morning you felt exausted because of what you did in your dream? In my dream I am looking for something, and going from room to room, closet to closet, and drawer to drawer - emptying it out and then putting everything back when I can't find what I am looking for I go on to the next room. In my dream my family follows me in my crazy search from room to room but not until I get to the garage (my husband's sacred room) does he ask what I am searching for. I tell them I am searching for God. Lori, I am searching for God but it didn't dawn on me until your video clip I'm looking in the wrong places, like in my dream - I am searching for God in people. God is in prayer, in the bible, in church. You know I don't feel foresaken or lonely, I feel God's power and love, and it scares me. That is a strange thing to think and say. It is a hard thing to even type - my youngest daughter is sick. She begs me, especially at night "mommy, please let me go home." I know God is suppose to be our #1 but I fall short of this, I love my family, my kids more. If God is wanting me to release her and say if it is God's will then ok... I could say it but I wouldn't mean it. I guess that is why I am searching for God, for answers, for a miracle...Thank for your videos. All of them.Peace, Dawn
June 9, 2007 5:57 AM
GPS....WOW! I love this thought!
Lori,What a beautiful way to think! I love this article. Wish I could print it and carry to work for co-workers to read.
May 29, 2007 10:28 AM
Love the analogy. Being tuned into the Bible helps me IMENSELY with my gps. Thank you for your wisdom!!! Kelley
May 3, 2007 11:16 PM
Thanks for the great analogy. Now I just have to figure out how to listen!! what is the message??
May 2, 2007 4:34 PM
The still small voice
Thank you Lori. You put it so well. I know that my God connection "GPS" works much better when I am quiet inside. I like to think that its like Elijah's still small voice rather than raging thunder. I also can't hear when I am arrogant inside!
lynda schomer mecoli,
May 1, 2007 12:41 PM
great analogy of life!
i loved your little analogy... to wake people up. Listen & look for the signs, instead of walking around with blinders on! learn your lessons, and move on - don't dwell in the past. Just grow to be a better person.
May 1, 2007 12:09 PM
I have a GPS but the one you speak of is far better than the one I possess. Thanks and Blessings,Doyle
May 1, 2007 11:37 AM
May Hashem grant us the effort to search and listen to the inner guide.
May 1, 2007 11:00 AM
Thank you and A Zin Met Mozel Tuv
Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and wisdom with all of us. I so long for the knowledge that you present and this GPS was Besheit today!!! I won't bore you with specifics, but please know you are so important to so many people and cherished! I wish you A Zin Met Mozel Tuv Always,Very Sincerely,me/Chanah
John B. Samuel,
May 1, 2007 9:48 AM
That was a good one....
Dear Lori,God positioning system - GPS.... that was an excellent way to describe a daily (necessary)discipline - to stay connected with Him. Thank you for so concisely getting that message accross - in just about 3 minutes.Keep up your good workWarmlyJohnSingapore
May 1, 2007 9:20 AM
Lori, you helped me several times
First I heard from you about souls which parted from us and have perhaps to go to Gehennom. You called it hospital for the soul. Unpleasant, but necessary. My husband had just died and I was worried about him. You helped me. Since then you won my heart and I like everything you talk or write about. Now I e n j o y yourMini-Lectures in the films. Thank you!
May 1, 2007 8:36 AM
"God Positioning System"
That little pun made me smile; God bless!
April 30, 2007 3:33 AM
Talk about being on track!
Dear Lori,Thank you for helping us keep on track. It is not the big things in life that matter,but every day occurences that are woth focusing on, and thank you for illuminating us, thus helping us to be better people, and in turn making this world better, one step at a time. G. bless you! Thank you.
April 29, 2007 11:09 PM
Lorie;Thank you for beeing there for us. I look forward your video every week and while I watch and enjoy it, I eye the progressive indicator nervously worrying that the clip is going to end any second.
April 29, 2007 7:50 PM
Lori, you always know what to say, and how to say it!Thank you- you've inspired me! I will try to "plug in", and "listen".
April 29, 2007 2:39 PM
Who could not relate? Keep 'em comin',Rebbetzin!
April 29, 2007 1:45 PM
Lori, you are just so good!
I love your weekly little tidbits, you present them so well, and they are always so right on target. Can we have some full length shuirim too?
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