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Rabbi Ilan Weinberg teaches adults, teens and children, and coordinates youth programs and community events for Chabad of Port Washington, New York. He also serves as the principal of a Hebrew School and director of a day camp in Port Washington, where he resides with his wife, Devorah, and children Yudel, Mashi and Estee.
Make a list of the areas of greatest concern in your life, and for each item on the list, ask yourself the following simple question: Do I look to the Torah as the principal source of guidance in this area of my life?
Alas, it seems that there are times in life where we simply fail to ask ourselves, “How are things with me?” Perhaps it is the passage of time and the business of the moment, or perhaps we may not be keen on hearing our own answer...
The comfort and security that life today affords has somehow convinced us that suffering is abnormal, and that we must do everything in our power to avoid it or negate it, run away from it or erase it. The catch is that life is still full of suffering...
Much of our personality, self-image, and life-goals consist of molds or definitions that are based on how things ought to be. When the small details of life don’t match up, we experience pain, aggravation, and unhappiness...
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