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Tuesday, 12 April 2011 09:08

what we admire in others

art-crossingI’ve heard Patience defined, not as the ability to wait, but as the ability to wait with a good attitude. Patience is a wonderful thing, but no one wants to have it for themselves. We want other people to be patient. The value in patience is that we get to see events unfold and we can gain deeper understandings. Patience is something that is learned. It doesn’t come naturally.

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Thursday, 10 February 2011 12:13

avoiding flat tires

art-flattire Now we will discuss humility in relation to one's deeds.  This [subject] has four parts to it:  conducting oneself in a lowly manner; bearing disparagement; being averse to [positions of] authority and fleeing from honor; and respecting others.  --Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, The Path of the Just, page 156

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