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Don’t Just Stand There

Don’t Just Stand There

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Never stand still.

That means more than moving forward.

That means leaving yesterday behind.

As long as you’re still holding on to where you were yesterday,
you’re standing still.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
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August 17, 2012
"Don't Just stand there..
...do something worthwhile".
Lasarusa Yehuda Sovea Ben-Zion
Suva, Fiji Islands
July 25, 2012
Movng foward
Yes I believe we have to be daily moving forward on all fronts -- there is not time to turn around and get stuck in the past mistakes that you have already been forgiven for. And they all said amen and amen. Marion
Marion Mirrlees
Owen Sound, Ontario N4K6G8, Canada
July 24, 2012
Don't Just Stand There
Don't just stand there do Something.
Eugina Giovanna Herrera
New York, New York
December 3, 2009
Don't j Just Stand There
From a secular similar wisdom, read the excellent short business book "Who Moved My Cheese". Sounds like an unimpressive title, but, indeed, it is an impressive book and was a best seller.
Barry
Bloomfield Hills , Mich
December 1, 2009
Dont just stand there!
May G-D bless you keep you make HIS face to shine upon you be gracious unto you give you peace perfect peace. May your Crowns flourish for HIM!
Tina
brooklyn, ny usa
December 26, 2006
RE: Moving forward
Because the Torah leaves room for a person to mess up. You can't be a tzadik by following instructions alone.
Tzvi Freeman (Author)
December 25, 2006
Moving forward
It is true we need to move forward and learn from past mistakes...So why eat foods that are unhealthy and put a kosher label on them?
Michael Levy
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