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Sara Blau

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Sara Blau is a teacher and extracurricular director at Beth Rivkah High School. She is a wife, mother, and author of several children“s books.
Only darkness can be the catalyst for the greatest love of G‑d.
We pray to G‑d to help us experience Him and feel Him in a way that relates to our experience.
Prayer is called a war. We don’t actively fight the bad; instead, we engrave the truth of G-d’s Oneness into our psyche and the fact that everything in our life is being recreated by G-d at every moment.
It is not enough to live a good life because our intellect or hierarchy dictates so; we need to take that self and transcend it.
What do you do with this powerful love and desire for G‑d, awakened during prayer as a result of our challenges?
No matter your industry, generating an income entails work. Is that compatible with deep spirituality?
After praying with such fervor, the soul feels able and determined to return to its daily tasks.
It sounds bad, it looks bad, it smells bad, and it feels bad. The kind of bad that you’re experiencing might be small and frustrating, or full-scale traumatic. Your five senses experience it as bad. But there’s another way to look at things—a way that can...
During the days of the First Temple, no formal prayer was needed.
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