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A fascinating look into the source of our default condition of negative biases and the need to constantly work towards a positive bias to challenge the illusion of disconnect.
No one likes being criticized, blamed, or belittled for their behavior, especially in marriage, where close daily contact necessitates a high level of sensitivity and understanding.
Bad things make more noise, but we need to make a concerted effort to see and pay attention to all the positive things.
Growing Weekly: Parshat Vayeishev
Something Spiritual on Parshat Vayishlach
There are two differing schools of thought in Judaism known as Musar and Chassidus. In this class Rabbi Schapiro contrasts the two approaches in these spiritual disciplines.
We have all been drilled: always speak positively when rebuking, always request things in a positive way, don't say no so many times to your kids, etc. Does this rule, however, apply even when discussing a theoretical subject?
There are two approaches to Judaism, increasing the good or decreasing the bad. On Chanukah, and particularly on the fifth night of Chanukah, we emphasize the former by adding an extra light on each new day.
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