In His Time…

…there is perfect peace.

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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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13 Things To Remember When Life Gets Rough


by: Lifehack

We’ve all gone through hard times. And we all get through them. However, some get through them better than others. So what is their secret? Most of it has to do with attitude. Here are 13 things to remember when life gets rough: Continue reading

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What Causes Breast Cancer?


If you “Remove the Cause, There Are No Symptoms”® to treat.

breast cancer survivorsThe major cause of most diseases and cancers, including breast cancer, pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer and even skin cancer, is acidosis. Acidosis causes body tissue to become acidified. Acidified body tissue lacks the proper amount of oxygen required to keep them healthy. Unhealthy body tissue can develop intocancerous cells in any part of your body.

There are two factors that are always present with cancer cells: (1) an acidic pH and (2) a lack of oxygen. Both factors are produced by acidosis.

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Free Will – Our Greatest Power

This uniquely human endeavor spells the difference between life and death.

by Rabbi Noah Weinberg

“How precious is man, created in the image of God.” (Talmud – Avot 3:18)

What does it mean to be created in the image of God?

Unlike other creations, the human being has free will. Within this divine spark lies our potential to shape and change the world.

Proper use of free will beautifies and perfects. Misuse of free will plunders and destroys.

It is a uniquely human endeavor to learn how to use free will properly.

Awareness of Free Will

A homeless person is out on a cold, dirty street, pushing a broken shopping cart loaded with meager belongings. He desperately begs for money, and sifts through garbage pails for a remnant of food.

Now suppose you give him 10 million dollars (tax-free). Imagine what he will do: rent a warm home; buy new clothes, stock up on groceries…

But there’s one catch: You hide the money in the bottom of his bag, and he doesn’t know he is shlepping around the 10 million dollars. So he lives with the same misery, the same despair.

Free will grants us enormous power and potential. Yet if we don’t realize we have this power, we cannot exploit it. We may live the life of a beggar, when in fact we are royalty. The Talmud says: Greater than the gift of free will, is that God told us we have free will.

What is Free Will?

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This is and excellent article.  I hope it impacts you as much as it did me.

20 Things To Let Go Of Before The New Year

How much stress are you carrying around? Do you feel burdened by life’s circumstances and emotional issues? Becoming more grounded and happy starts with letting go of worry and stress. I learned this in my own journey, through overcoming drug addictions, healing myself from depression, and walking away from a career in corporate to follow my heart and be a successful writer and life coach. In the process, I had to let go of a lot of things to become the person I am today.

Physically, spiritually and emotionally, I had to learn how to let go of the person I thought I should be in order to be the person I really wanted to be. Letting go of anything in life can be a little scary, but it can also be an amazing act of self-love.

Letting go of my worries and stress made a difference for me; of course I still dip in and out of some of my stress jar from time to time, but I’ve found this list a good reminder of what I need to strive for each day in order to reach unlimited happiness.

Here are 20 things to let go of in order to reach unlimited happiness.

1. Let go of all thoughts that don’t make you feel empowered and strong.

2. Let go of feeling guilty for doing what you truly want to do.

3. Let go of the fear of the unknown; take one small step and watch the path reveal itself. Continue reading

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Tips To Perform Best in Life

~By Zig Ziglar

1. We generally get from ourselves and others what we expect. It is a huge fact that you will either live up or down to your own expectations. If you expect to lose, you will. If you expect to be average, you will be average. If you expect to feel bad, you probably will. If you expect to feel great, nothing will slow you down. And what is true for you is true for others. Your expectations for others will become what they deliver and achieve. As Gandhi said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

4. You find what you look for in life. If you look for the good things in life, you will find them. If you look for opportunities to grow and prosper, you will find them. If you look for positive, enthusiastic friends and associates who will support you, you will find them. On the other hand, Continue reading