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When G-d Is Touched

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When G-d Is Touched

The most meaningful feeling is being touched. Do you know that you touch G-d quite often? When you do, make sure you’re touching Him in a positive way.
G-d and Man, Heart

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Michael Garza Nassau County , Fl August 12, 2015

Absolutely loved your commentary .... Reply

Yitzchak Chaim August 11, 2015

There is a difference between observing oppression and feeling sympathy for those oppressed and actually being involved as a victim or oppressor. We must realize the gravity of our sin to Hashem.
Adam was the first and most pure image of G-d. When Adam ate the fruit of desire, it was as if Adam was forcing the fruit into G-ds mouth. I know that I have no body, I am invested in one of G-d's. My hands are not mine, my feet are not mine, they are solely our creators.
Just as sin damages the heart of Hashem, joy strengthens it an infinite amount more. Before making a decision, take a deep breath "EH-HE-YE" and realize whose breath that truly is. Reply

Joseph Aryeh Selevan Erie County NY August 11, 2015

Regarding Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein's video presemtation It is stated " At the time man is subject to suffering ,the Shechina what does it say "Pain from my head , pain from my arm etc. " God feels the suffering of a person. Reply

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