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Work; Achievement

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Why must everything be so difficult? Couldn't G-d have designed our lives so that we wouldn't need to encounter disappointments, challenges and toil every step of the way?
Is it a blessing or a curse? Is it a necessity of life or a mitzvah?
We can handle a lot, even a lot of criticism, but once you involve our children, watch out. Now you are dealing with Mama Bear...
If work is a blessing, why does it feel like a curse? Is Chanukah becoming a Jewish answer to this season of the year? Look into your life and find the parsha therein.
It's always been a hard concept for me to wrap my mind around. Not because I'm not willing to work- but because it doesn't seem to make sense, spending most of our lives immersed in the less-than appealing. Unless...
Is there really such a thing as a "Jewish work ethic"? If yes, where did it originate? Who is the only man dubbed by the Bible "a successful man"?
Huh? How did that happen? He is really an astute fellow, so I have no doubt that he grasped very well that doing three times the work would not help lessen my load...
It is easy to feel that we own our achievements. Charity? It's my money! Gratitude? For what? This is all my work!
The thought of endless hours in the evening without internet access is actually not a relaxing thought. It makes me nervous. It means I will need to be present, completely present, in my life and not my virtual life. And that is scary to me.
Consider "Jim." He is pounding the pavement looking for a job. Work is his deepest desire, so that's what drives him now. Or is it?
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