A Letter from God at Rosh Hashanah

At the start of the new year, please keep this advice in mind.

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Based on Rabbi David Begoun’s article, A Letter from God.


Comments (6)

(5) EVA DIAMAND, September 12, 2018 8:06 PM

O amor a A'chem é tão doce como Rosh Ashana

Como é bom amar a D's

(4) Reuven Frank, September 7, 2018 4:55 AM

"...I WILL respond."

Dear Rabbi and/or God

It's not so much that I sometimes get the feeling that I got a negative response.
It's the feeling that I OFTEN get, that I am getting no response at all.
There are things that I have been asking for and about for YEARS.
Where is the response?

In addition to this as a personal matter, I am now involved in a close relationship with someone who was willing to "switch" from her previous background to keeping Shabbat and kashruth.
What do I answer HER when she asks,
"Where is God's response? ANY Response, at all."

Thank you, and
I hope You have a good year, too;
-Reuven Frank

Dvirah, September 7, 2018 10:43 AM

Understanding the Replies

Perhaps you are looking in the wrong place for the answers. After more than 50 years in this world I can say definitively that G-d gives me exactly what I need most when I most need it. It is rarely what I ask for specifically but always solves the problem. So keep asking, but look more broadly at the events of your life when seeking the reply.

(3) Carla and Jim Levine, September 7, 2018 1:38 AM

Incredibly moving and inspiring

This video managed with such brevity and charm to convey profoundly deep and elevating ideas. We were left non-plussed by just how meaningful and apt and inspiring this was. Thank you!

(2) Rena Groot, September 6, 2018 10:13 PM

Beautiful!

Beautiful!

(1) Yisrael, September 6, 2018 3:10 PM

Beautiful!

Short sweet and inspiring!
יישר כחך!
כתיבה וחתימה טובה!

 

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