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Flaunt not

“You have enough. Circle the mountain and turn to the north” (Deuteronomy 2:3). Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Luntschitz, in his commentary Kli Yakar, spins this verse

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Converts

Said Reish Lakish: Converts are more beloved to G‑d than the Jews who stood at Mt Sinai. The reason is that those who stood at

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Being heard

“…Whatever will be too difficult for you, bring it before me and I will hear it” (Deut. 1:17) Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski, a renowned psychiatrist,

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Priorities

“The tribes of Reuven and Gad approached Moses and said: We will build enclosures for our flocks here and cities for our children. We will

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Awesome!

“….the whole world is filled with His Glory.” (Isaiah 6:3) The Hebrew here, m’lo kol ha’aretz k’vodo, can also be understood in the following way:

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The question

The question is not whether God heard our prayer but whether we’ve heard it. Did it impact and change us? Do we feel closer to

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Your inner reservoir

“Hashem said to Moses and Aaron: Because you did not believe in Me to sanctify Me in the presence of the Children of Israel; therefore,

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Flaunt not

“You have enough. Circle the mountain and turn to the north” (Deuteronomy 2:3). Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Luntschitz, in his commentary Kli Yakar, spins this verse

Converts

Said Reish Lakish: Converts are more beloved to G‑d than the Jews who stood at Mt Sinai. The reason is that those who stood at

Being heard

“…Whatever will be too difficult for you, bring it before me and I will hear it” (Deut. 1:17) Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski, a renowned psychiatrist,

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