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Are You Supposed to "Feel Good" When You Do a good Deed?


Are You Supposed to "Feel Good" When You Do a good Deed?

What makes a person "good"? Do you have to want to do good to be good?
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Cheski Baum Brooklyn, NY August 16, 2010

I'm basing this comment after viewing this video and another video in this series with Rabbi Friedman.
If you feel good about doing a mitzvah then does that mean you have not reached the proper spiritual level ?
It seems that the harder you try the better you get but there can be no end in goodness.

When can a person feel good about doing the rotzon of hashem ? Reply

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