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 29, 2005


During this time of year, we stop and think about ourself and do some introspection. I think that while we're doing this, we should each think about our own role and how we are serving Hashem. And we should ask ourself, 'Am I doing what He wants me to do? Or am I Just doing what I want to? For example, let's say a person chooses to do a mitzva that's not for them, like tefillin, but doesn't keep shabbos. That's like doing a research paper on the Soviet Union, when you were supposed to do it on America. Anyway, during this time of year we think about our life and make goals for the coming year. One piece of advice that I'm sure a lot of you know is to do things one step at a time. This way, there is more of a probability that you will stick to your goals and achive them.

I wish you all a healthy and happy new year

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    Shoshana said...

    A Shana Tova to you also!

    Lvnsm27 said...

    yy, you're welcome

    shoshana, thanks

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