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You can choose to believe in a G‑d aloof from all things, a distant G‑d that leaves you in the hands of so many worldly troubles.

Or you can put your trust in a G‑d that carries you as a nursing mother carries her suckling infant by her bosom; as a father carries his child high upon his shoulders; as an eagle carries its fledgling young upon its wings.

Make room for Him and He will enter. As large as you allow your trust to be, so will be the space that He will fill.

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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July 31, 2012
"open wide"
i agree with Michal!!!
G-d knows me better than anyone -- and that's where i put my trust!!!
valerie
akron, oh
July 31, 2012
stories
thank you for all the beautiful stories written everyday. I am not Jewish, but still can relate to your life stories. Keep up the good work and continued success.
Bina
Brooklyn, NY
July 31, 2012
One G-d
In one G-d we trust.
Eugina Giovanna Herrera
New York, New York
July 31, 2012
Yeah, but.
I have been experimenting with this for a long time. For me, unless I incorporate, simultaneously, that G-d is with me through challenges, and somehow, although may not know exactly how, this hard thing is good for me, the image of the loving parent is damaged, and I end up angry.
Karen
Baltimore, MD/USA
July 31, 2012
Lifted Burdens
This short and simple Daily Dose was a blessing to me..After reading and understanding, the weight of the world seemed to be lifted from me..Thanks for sharing..
William Thompson
Deer Park, TX
December 6, 2009
It is so soothing
When around you things get frightening, you feel really helpless,
how wonderful is the thought, that you are carried by G-d.
I like the picture of the nursing mother cuddling her suckling infant, but I am even more delighted by being a little eagle, carried on the wings of his father. Maybe that is a matter of how you feel. Totally helpless, then you are the baby, or with a little strength on your own, then you prefer the eagle-father.
Anyway it is so good, to be carried by G-d.
Michal
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