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Say Thank You for ABUSE?!  
  Say Thank You for ABUSE?!  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 7/14/2020, 13:28
 
I wasn’t only being asked to believe that the suffering was for the best, but to actually thank Hashem for it with a full heart. This took my healing to another level.  


God, Fix it Already! – Part 3  
  God, Fix it Already! – Part 3  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:27
 
Put your head down, and your heart up to Heaven! G-d may not owe you, but that doesn’t mean that He won’t answer you!  


God, Fix it Already! – Part 2  
  God, Fix it Already! – Part 2  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:26
 
A reader asks – it sounds nice to pray and pray and expect nothing in return, but how do you really let go of the expectations when you prayed so much?!  


God, Fix It Already!  
  God, Fix It Already!  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:26
 
I had been making a critical mistake when saying "thank you" - and when I fixed it, the problem that had plagued me for years disappeared overnight!  


A Critical Update  
  A Critical Update  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/8/2020, 20:56
 
Learn the powerful, new formula - Chok Todah - The Law of Thank You - that I discovered to say thank you and see miracles! The law really works!  


Gratitude First  
  Gratitude First  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:22
 
When we offer sincere statements of gratitude, we are immunizing ourselves from the two most potent spiritual toxins, a sense of entitlement and the spirit of arrogance…  


Emunalogy  
  Emunalogy  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/28/2020, 13:15
 
Actually, the finite body is a mere metaphor of the infinite soul. In that case, could there be such an entity as a spiritual immune system that guards the health of the soul?  


Can We Prove Emuna?  
  Can We Prove Emuna?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/21/2020, 13:51
 
If you're honest with yourself, you can easily prove what is a waste of time and what's not truth. Go from amenity to amenity and the things people pursue…  


All for the Best  
  All for the Best  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 7/28/2020, 08:38
 
The crucial endeavor of attaining emuna can only be accomplished here amidst challenges, darkness and confusion. This is our most important mission in life…  


Attitude of Gratitude  
  Attitude of Gratitude  
 
By Gedale Fenster
Update date: 8/28/2020, 13:57
 
When we develop a close relationship with God, we begin to see that everything in life is an expression of His love for us, and that every obstacle we face is for our benefit…  


Real Gratitude  
  Real Gratitude  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:22
 
Thanks to our matriarch Leah, we don't have to wait till we see how things turn out for the best. We know that we should thank Hashem for everything up front…  


Emuna, not Worry  
  Emuna, not Worry  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 7/17/2020, 15:10
 
How can we make sure that we consistently choose emuna, not only when things are going smoothly but even when things are painful and confusing?  


Anti-Emuna Emuna  
  Anti-Emuna Emuna  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:19
 
Complaining about our collective suffering is the exact antithesis of emuna! If we thank Hashem for our collective suffering, we will experience the redemption.  


The Gratitude Notebook  
  The Gratitude Notebook  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:21
 
A sad person can't do teshuva because a sad person can't speak to Hashem, confess his wrongdoings or objectively assess himself. That's why joy is a tremendous mitzvah…  


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