Discover why nothing is wrong with you, and in fact why it is quite positive, to feel humiliated. In Judaism, enlightenment does not come from being indifferent. Rather, experiencing embarrassment is a sign of being emotionally healthy.
By Mordechai Gutnick, Brooklyn, NY
How can we serve Hashem wholeheartedly, irrespective of our current emotions and feelings? How do we overcome feelings of sluggishness and despair and operate on a higher level of consciousness?
By Tzipora Elberg, New York, NY
Harmony. A concert. An orchestra. A thriving business. A flourishing school or camp. A lovely functional family. A happy home. What’s the common thread that calls to and breeds success?
There are times that an opportunity to do something good arises, and although we know what is right, we tell ourselves that our past misdeeds have already defined us. Discover the myth behind hypocrisy.
Far too often, when we find ourselves in an uncomfortable or upsetting situation, we point fingers at others. In our attempt to understand what went wrong we refuse to take responsibility. Instead, we blame.
By Mike Perkins MyLife Essay Contest 2017 Our Dilemma One of the great questions is how we should… Read more >
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