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Connection with Eternity: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:15

Connection with Eternity: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:15

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It is we who hold the keys to the kingdom.

The Good Bed

The Good Bed

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How one thank you transformed a bitter man's life.

Why Do We Smile?

Why Do We Smile?

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Share yourself and your wisdom with the world. Smile.

Cry Baby

Cry Baby

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Our hope turned to despair as we wondered when and if we would be blessed with a child.

I Need a Hero

I Need a Hero

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In search of a Jewish hero.

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

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This Thanksgiving, open your eyes.

Cheerfully Unhappy

Cheerfully Unhappy

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Keeping things in perspective allows you to "enjoy" life's little annoyances.

Emotional Seatbelts

Emotional Seatbelts

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On the road of life, don't become a crash test dummy.

War Games

War Games

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Life is best played with a strategy.

Grateful Survivor

Grateful Survivor

by Donna Kuttner

A near death experience can heighten our appreciation of the gift of life.

I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

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There can be no peace without apology.

The Glass Cow

The Glass Cow

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Sukkot and the lesson of Desire.

The Ultimate Reorganization

The Ultimate Reorganization

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If anything can transform a life, it's a terrifying diagnosis like cancer.

When Silence is Golden

When Silence is Golden

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Sometimes holding your tongue creates the most beautiful harmony.

Missing the Obvious

Missing the Obvious

by Rivka Malka Perlman

A near-death experience opened my eyes to God's love.

Cleaning Up the Inner River of Thought

Cleaning Up the Inner River of Thought

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A review of Rabbi Zelig Pliskin's Conversations with Yourself: a practical guide for greater happiness, self-development and self-empowerment.

Going the Extra Mile

Going the Extra Mile

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Sometimes you don't know how far you can go until you're pushed to get there.

No Time for Happiness

No Time for Happiness

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Why we need a day of rest.

The Expression of the Soul: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:14

The Expression of the Soul: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:14

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Discovering the bridge between heaven and earth.

Soul Control, Part 6: Making Better Choices

Soul Control, Part 6: Making Better Choices

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Why this is the generation of low self-esteem.

Rebuilding after Destruction

Rebuilding after Destruction

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How one man reacted when his only son was murdered.

Soul Control, Part 5: Listen Up!

Soul Control, Part 5: Listen Up!

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Three practical tools on improving your relationships.

Soul Control, Part 4: Acting on Inspiration

Soul Control, Part 4: Acting on Inspiration

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One small step is all it takes to get started.

Soul Control, Part 3: Winning the Bronze

Soul Control, Part 3: Winning the Bronze

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It's self growth, not self comparison.

With a Whole Heart: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:13

With a Whole Heart: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:13

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We can't truly care about God if we don't care about our fellow human beings

Self-Seduction

Self-Seduction

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Your challenges are uniquely tailored to help you grow spiritually.

Five Seconds Too Long

Five Seconds Too Long

by Becky Berman

Do you know how much dirt you can pick up in five seconds?"

The Inner Adversary

The Inner Adversary

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Embedded within each of us is a spiritual challenge system.

Double Dividends

Double Dividends

by Aliza Kramer

Coincidence or Divine lesson? The choice is yours

Holy Woman and Her Guests

Holy Woman and Her Guests

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A remarkable example of giving like God.

Hunting for Blessings

Hunting for Blessings

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I was having a terrible morning until I spent an hour waiting in line for the ATM.

You're Mistaken

You're Mistaken

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The challenge of accepting criticism.

The Most Enduring Wisdom: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:12

The Most Enduring Wisdom: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:12

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Climbing the spiritual mountain.

I Can Do It

I Can Do It

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I conquered because someone believed I could.

A Meaningful Life

A Meaningful Life

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Waking up and listening to our inner voice.

The Little Things

The Little Things

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It's the small gestures to which we cling.

Never Too Old to Learn

Never Too Old to Learn

by Rebbetzin Devorah Eisenbach

At 90, Dr. Gertrude Webb is discovering the joy of Jewish learning.

Opportunity of a Lifetime

Opportunity of a Lifetime

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Perhaps this is the 'big moment' you were created for.

Happiness, etc

Happiness, etc

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You're happy, aren't you?

Opening Your Window

Opening Your Window

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Is your window open or shut to the world?

Double Trouble

Double Trouble

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Docky had nine lives to play with; we've only got one.

Slowing Down

Slowing Down

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It's good for everything in your life—including your Judaism.

The Fear of Wisdom Ethics of the Fathers, 3:11

The Fear of Wisdom Ethics of the Fathers, 3:11

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Can one be both wicked and wise?

Horsing Around

Horsing Around

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My giant horse Miguel made me ask: Am I a body or a soul?

The Right Tool

The Right Tool

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What my bottle brush taught me about life.

Uncluttering the Mind Ethics of the Fathers, 3:10

Uncluttering the Mind Ethics of the Fathers, 3:10

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A cloudy mind clears for those things that truly matter.

Stuck in JFK

Stuck in JFK

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Your everyday actions can affect the entire world.

Give It All You've Got

Give It All You've Got

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The Maccabees taught us that immobilizing perfectionism leaves no room for God.

Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

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Don't wait for the Kodak moment.

Toppling

Toppling

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Shortcuts: the quick way to nowhere.

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