In His Time…

…there is perfect peace.

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Is Your Life Worth Thirty Feet??

“Last night a man tried to run across Zarzamora Street, a four (4) lane highway, against the light and not in the crosswalk.

He was thirty (30) feet from the crosswalk when he was hit and killed.  Continue reading

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Create a Masterpiece!

by Steve Maraboli

“Today, you awaken to a day in which you have the power to make and inspire change.

In fact, it is the ONLY day in which you have any power. You have no control over yesterday. Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow is Continue reading

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Do Not Lose Today

by Steve Maraboli

“This day has been handed to us to shape as we choose. However, this blessing is often overlooked because we tend to focus on the two days in every week that we should not worry about. Two days that dilute our experience of today with an injection of anxiety and fear.

One of these days is yesterday; with all its mistakes and stresses, its victories and losses, its aches and pains. Yesterday has come and passed. There is not a thing you can do to bring back yesterday. We cannot undo anything that happened. We cannot un-say a single word we said. Yesterday is gone.

The other day we should not worry about yet Continue reading

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LIVE In The Present

For many people, sadness and suffering is not a result of present experiences. Rather it is pain caused by regretting and resenting the past, or worrying about the future.

Living in the present saves you from needless emotional pain. Additionally, keeping one’s mind on the present is necessary to concentrate on the important tasks of the day.

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Just Do It

By Moshe Bryski

Back in 1981, when I was attending rabbinical college in Boston, there was a young rabbi — fresh out of seminary — who founded a small congregation in the Boston suburb South Brookline. He would often hang out with us as “one of the guys.” From the day he started up his synagogue, he was quite successful. He developed a strong following and quickly put his name on the map. I often wondered to myself wherein lay the key to his success and popularity. Upon meeting him, one really could not notice anything particularly remarkable about him.

One day, I picked up a newspaper only to find a picture of this young rabbi sitting and chatting with President Ronald Reagan in the Oval Office, accompanied by a write-up about how he was sharing the message of Chanukah with the president. The story was carried nationally. That was enough for me. I had to find out how this young “shnook” was doing it. I asked him how he managed to accomplish all of these wonderful things. Continue reading

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No Regrets


Karl Pillemer, a professor at Cornell University, interviewed more than a thousand older Americans from different economic, educational, and occupational backgrounds and asked them to share the most valuable lessons they’d learned.

Overwhelmingly, the focus wasn’t on what they did, but what they didn’t do.

Of a thousand people in the later stages of life, what dominated their advice on the lessons of life was regret.

One man in his late eighties was asked:
“If you could come back and live the life of anyone, who would you want to come back as?”

His answer: Continue reading