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Literally “blessed be G‑d,” it is used by Jewish people in everyday conversation as a way of expressing gratitude to G‑d for whatever we have.
What do you reckon the most well known Jewish expression is? In my experience, when Jews want to demonstrate some knowledge or commitment to Judaism, they trot out "Baruch Hashem" – "Thank G‑d!
The habit of peppering our ordinary conversation with thankful mentions of G‑d was even displayed by our forefather Jacob.
Dressed in the clothes of a simple wayfarer, the Baal Shem Tov would travel from town to town and from hamlet to hamlet, asking questions
The merchant learned the value of acknowledging who really makes things happen…
What are the two most important words we need to say every day? The Song of the Well reminds us how vital it is to recognize the blessings we have during every moment of our day. Open up your hearts for this week‘s incredible story which takes you on a jo...
There is more than one way to minimize the spiritual distance between oneself and G-d. Some of these ways will become obsolete in the Messianic era. But the way of gratitude has no expiry date.
The importance of two little letters at the top of every page (circa 1967).
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