In life, we can either let our experiences make us bitter, or we can channel that feeling towards being a good example in order to improve things.


Thursday, September 08, 2005

I'm Back

Well I'm back from my trip. I had a great time while on the east coast. Saw a couple of friends and some family and went to a bunch of places with one of my friends.

On a more serious note, I want to mention something that's on my mind. Eventhough this thing that I'm going to mention is not new, it still caught my attention. And so I decided to write something. I feel that when we do mitzvos, we should not do it as if it's a boring chore, but should do it with enjoyment. I know some might say that they were only taught what to do and not what to feel, but still we have the ability to decide how to do what we do and the ability to decide how to feel. And so we should use our ability and choose to put joy into the mitzvos we do. After all, this will increase our happiness in life and I'm pretty sure that's something we all want.


Confused said...

You speak the truth. Your attitude while doing a "good deed" really does make all the difference.

Anonymous said...

Best regards from NY! » » »