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Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb shares the story of her personal spiritual journey and speaks about how we can know when we've found what we're really looking for.

The Path to Lasting Happiness

The Path to Lasting Happiness

How to Know You're Headed in the Right Direction

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The Path to Lasting Happiness: How to Know You're Headed in the Right Direction

Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb shares the story of her personal spiritual journey and speaks about how we can know when we've found what we're really looking for.
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Joy; Happiness, Baal Teshuvah, 1960s
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb is an educator, spiritual mentor and Torah life coach. To learn more, visit her website.
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S United Kingdom September 2, 2017

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Jill Kamp Melton Alexandria, VA August 31, 2017

You radiate a centeredness and a peacefulness that is contagious. I am thrilled to have found you and I hope to meet with you when I am in FL. Reply

Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb September 3, 2017
in response to Jill Kamp Melton:

Thank you Jill! Looking forward to seeing you in Florida. My Book, Awesome Aging is about to be launched. It is all about making the Third Act spectacular - through spirituality, emotional intelligence, focus, meditation, healthy lifestyle and cultivating wonderful relationships. I am sure you you will have some good marketing tips for us as well. Reply

Jose CLEARWATER August 29, 2017

Annoying at first lol... but very nice after :) Reply

Anonymous November 3, 2013

Great! Love this! Especially the stage coach analogy near the end. Thank you so much for this! Reply

Rivka Goldstein Singapore April 25, 2012

THANK YOU, Frumma Please keep the lectures coming!
Indeed, May you go from Strength to Strength! Reply

Lana Claycamp Holliday, Texas April 24, 2012

Enriching Thank you for reminding me of all the blessings around me. I will treasure them more than ever! Reply

Catherine NY, NY April 24, 2012

understanding that we are so blessed It is true, making all those blessing every day does put the emphasis on happiness not despair. My grandmother was given a hard life but she prayed every day. My mother who rarely prayed was very negative and when bad things happened she fell apart. So staying focused on God and the underpinnings behind reality makes life easy to bear. Just the knowledge that we can return to God at the end of our lives makes death cease to exist.

Thanks for the uplifting lecture. Good for you, turning to God instead of drugs and descent into darkness. God bless you too. Reply

Inspired in NYC April 24, 2012

Beautiful! Frumma, you are a blessing!!
May you go from strength to strength! Reply

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