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Low profile

“When sugar dissolves completely into water, it sweetens it. So too, a person who lives humbly and inconspicuously can sweeten the lives of others.” (Rebbe

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The art of seeing

As Moses was about to lead the Jewish people into the Promised Land, they requested to first send an advance party of spies. G-d consented,

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Nothing there

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov used to say, “The Yetzer Hara (inner adversay/evil inclination) is like a person circulating among a crowd with his fist clenched

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Smug

R’ Nachum of Chernobyl would say, “I’m more disturbed by my good deeds that please me than by my bad deeds that repel me,”

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Your stronger hand…

“Our rabbis have taught: This is the way you should act towards people – though sometimes you may have to push them away with your

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Inner light

“Each of us must know that a candle burns within us. A unique candle with its own distinct light. Each of us must understand that

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Opening our hand

The merit of Tzedaka is so great that I am happy to give to 100 beggars even if only one might actually be needy. Some

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Don’t Stop Here

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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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