What did I just do?

The power of the Yetzer Hara (Inner Adversary) lies in rushing a person to carry out an action right away, before he stops to consider and wonder about what he is doing. The deed is done and there he stands, deliberating after the fact.

– Rabbi Yosef Yozel Hurwitz, the Alter of Novardok

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