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The Gratitude Option  
  The Gratitude Option  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/21/2020, 15:33
 
By complaining, people perpetuate their own suffering. If they would try emuna and gratitude, their lives would take a 180-degree turn for the better…  


“Gamzu” – All for the Best  
  “Gamzu” – All for the Best  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/21/2020, 15:32
 
The Gemara’s stories are not children’s tales – they’re the real deal and laws to live by. Nachum Ish Gamzu and Rebbe Akiva show us what life is all about.  


Putting Logic Aside  
  Putting Logic Aside  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/21/2020, 15:32
 
There’s an important law to remember under fire: when you’re in the middle of a super-stress situation, put logic aside. When your brain tells you there’s no hope, don’t listen!  


There’s No Such Thing as Bad  
  There’s No Such Thing as Bad  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/21/2020, 15:31
 
Recently, Rav Shalom Arush has been speaking almost exclusively about gratitude to Hashem. The reason is that nothing in the world mitigates stern judgments like gratitude…  


Leah’s Song  
  Leah’s Song  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/6/2020, 18:15
 
The Jewish people – Yehudim – are named after Leah’s fourth child Yehuda, which in Hebrew is “to give thanks.” Expressing gratitude to Hashem is therefore our national endeavor.  


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