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Katia Bolotin

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Feelings of jealousy are normal, but if those feelings are allowed to evolve, beware!
Feeling Like a Grasshopper
Consider this situation: You’re unhappy with your current status. An opportunity comes along to embark on a new career, but you panic. Instead of envisioning the potential, you visualize long, tedious hours and less leisure time. “Will I be consumed...
Each mitzvah is unique—it embodies the unique expression of the individual who performs it.
Each Jew holds a designated place within the cohesive structure of the Jewish people.
Our life experiences are not random but significant—too important to be regulated by mere chance.
The Torah instituted effective modes of rehabilitation long before correctional reforms were adopted by other cultures.
Self-recrimination and senseless regret only compound the inevitable pain.
Judaism views every activity in life as an opportunity to connect with the Almighty. Nothing is trivial or without purpose. We’ve been given specific mitzvot to uplift the seemingly insignificant parts of our lives, yet we can lose ourselves in the daily ...
There is no such thing as “feeling like a nothing” for those who are spiritually alive and growing.
Neither family background nor social status influence G‑d.
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