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Is it a blessing or a curse? Is it a necessity of life or a mitzvah?
Something Spiritual on Parshat Vayeitzei
Rachel’s reason for naming her son Yosef, affords a healthy perspective when reaching a new milestone.
The Talmud considers three manners of toil for which man was created: The toil of (a) Livelihood, (b) Speech or (c) Torah. In examining the inner meaning of this discussion, this class addresses the virtue of toil and the unique quality of the Land of Isr...
What is the Torah perspective on making a living? When you create a product or service with all your energy, you are using your G-d given talents to enrich the world.
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 9, "Yagaati"
The ninth step is built on a Talmudic passage linking sincere efforts and success. Surprisingly though, it goes far beyond statistical corollary; essentially guaranteeing success if appropriate effort is invested. This seems totally unreasonable – as we a...
What is real achievement?
Stanley Abramowitz frequently traveled to North Africa on behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee, where he found himself working side by side with Chabad. Impressed, he decided to meet the man behind the operation. (1950s)
Three Models for Living: Part 2
The first two Torah portions (B'reishis and Noach) represent two opposite models for life. The first begins happily but ends in turmoil, the second begins with difficulty but ends with success. The difference highlights the importance of hard work.
Why do we celebrate the day we left Egypt, and not the day we arrived in the Promised Land?
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