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"Think good and it will be good" is not just a feel-good slogan. It means that by trusting in G-d, we actually elicit His help from on High. Find out what happened when Moses doubted if he was deserving of G-d's help. (Based on Likutei Sichos volume 36, Sicha 1.)

The Power of Positive Thought

The Power of Positive Thought

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Rabbi Moishe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is a sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today
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September 14, 2012
think good and it will be good
an amazing truth and such a wonderful lecture
Jo Ann Bishop
South Point, Ohio
August 25, 2012
Once again Rabbi Moshe speaks the truth, consoles me, and changes my life a little. It's exactly like he says, we Catholics are supposed to believe in a kind of passive way. And also, we can ask a Priest, yes, but in the end we're supposed to accept and obey and we cannot discuss or argue or even question what he says. Ever since I was a kid though, I've always wanted to change this world to the better and I have to question things constantly to find truth. I find myself in accordance with Jewish teachings almost always which is tough cause I'm living in a Christian community.
Thanks to G#d for this site! Baruch haSchem!
Katrin
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