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Trust transcends hope, as the sky above transcends the earth below.

A thread of hope is an anchor to the ground, a narrow path you’ve set for destiny to lead you.

The thread snaps and your eyes look up to see nothing more than the open sky. Hope is gone. All you can do now is trust the One who has no bounds.

That is Trust: When you stop suggesting to your Maker how He could rescue you. When you are prepared to be surprised by wonders and open to miracles.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. Subscribe and get your dose daily. Or order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
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November 26, 2015
Trust Over Hope
Great advice Rabbi Freeman. It has come at the proper time, proving the miracle. B"H
Mesa, AZ
November 24, 2015
I feel his arms around all me.Thank you for this kind bless lesson.
farah sajid
November 24, 2015
This is a wonderful message! So healing! Thank you!
Lenore Arnow
Asheville NC
November 24, 2015
Thank you. This one really helped
Esther Cameron
Maale Adumim
November 23, 2015
Perfect timing
Thank you so much for this advice. It is perfect timing.
March 23, 2012
The tragedy of Toulouse will put our faith in Hashem to the test.

When bad things happen to innocent people we are forced to sit down and think and rethink seriously.

As i write this, the murderer's head has met up with a sniper's bullet.

Our prayers and hearts are with the victims and their families.
March 22, 2012

thank you very much for this message. So apt in my life right now! i really like reading all your articles.
manila, philippines
March 22, 2012
you've done it again!
Thank you!
March 22, 2012
trust over hope
this reminded me of the often told story of the person who complains about not winning the lottery but never buys a ticket. the meaning of trust, as i read here, was realizing that every day HaShem renews for me, i have already won. no ticket needed.
portsmouth, ohio
March 22, 2012
Living with god
They're not mutually exclusive. Hope without trust means not living with god.