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Monday, 26 December 2011 16:08

no flex, no gain

art-pretzel"An increase of flexibility in the mind and the heart is a gift that benefits all who come in contact with us." -- Hart Lazer in introduction to Aleph Bet Yoga by Steven A. Rapp

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Thursday, 26 May 2011 09:09

hitbodedut as diligence

art-hitbodedutRebbe Nachman of Breslov is well known for his promotion of a practice called hitbodedut (make-oneself-alone). Hitbodedut is the practice of taking one hour (or however long you can) every day and pour out all of yourself before God.

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showering chesed
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