6 Practical Tools for Fueling Change

Because your life journey requires extensive preparation.

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Like any journey, life requires some good preparation before embarking. Especially on the path leading to Rosh Hashanah.

1. A map and GPS

Where do you want to go?

Layout your long-term goals.

Then map out your best path that will get you there.

And set up some pit stops along the way.

2. Road Signs

Don’t choose a completely unmarked path; chances are you'll get lost. Make sure that the route you're taking has proper road markers and signs.

Find a role model and seek out teachers of wisdom who will guide you on the darkest of roadways.

3. Motor Oil

Before you leave, check the oil.

Determination to succeed is the oil that keeps our engines in good shape. It's the fire that gives us strength to traverse the most treacherous of paths.

4. Emergency Kit, Spare Tire, Jumper Cables

Don’t let a flat a tire sabotage your trip.

Anticipate setbacks and bring along the necessary tools so you can fix the problem and continue trekking.

Don’t let one failed venture in life become a permanent obstacle. How we choose to deal with our challenges is what makes us or breaks us.

5. Energy Bars

A long trip can be taxing.

A quick snack can work wonders for rejuvenating your strength.

Faith and inspiration are the fires that reignite our passion. They fuel us with energy and confidence to forge on.

Recognizing the small winks of Divine providence in our lives can help us face a challenge.

6. A Cell Phone

The road of life should not be traveled alone. Let God be your partner, guide, and protector.

Call out to Him because He's always just one call away.

With the proper tools, you can reach the peak of your personal mountain, one step at a time.

Have a sweet, New Year of growth and inspiration.

Comments (3)

(3) Anonymous, September 7, 2020 11:43 AM


(2) Maria Dodoc, September 6, 2020 5:45 PM

Thank You!

(1) Anonymous, September 6, 2020 9:50 AM


1. Indicative Mood: expresses an assertion, denial, or question
2. Imperative Mood: expresses command, prohibition, entreaty, or advice
3. Subjunctive Mood: expresses doubt or something contrary to fact

Torah study: dealing with present tense, future prefect...
Stay VERY strong!!


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