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Sunday, 16 January 2011 09:44

multi-tasking or distraction?

art-platespinningLife is chaotic, but our souls don’t need to be. The wisdom of Mussar is that we can increase our inward order through practical action in our outward surroundings.

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Thursday, 21 October 2010 14:28

decide not to forget

art-forgettingDecisiveness means taking to heart what needs to be done enough to take the steps to accomplish it. It is not enough just to know what needs to be done; one must not tarry in the knowledge so long that action becomes superfluous or forgotten. This is Yaakov’s exhortation to us: 

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showering chesed
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