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I realized that fear can be used for growth. Here are three fears that help us instead of stopping us in our tracks . . .
Moab was scared of Israel because he perceived that they were attached to a great ruler over the entire Creation.
Moab was scared of Israel because he perceived that they were attached to a great ruler over the entire Creation.
Balak was having a bad day. The Moab State Department has just sent him a memo that two mighty kings in the region had being defeated and killed by the invading Hebrews. Consumed with panic, he called a press conference...
Sefirat HaOmer, Part II
When we incorporate restraint into our lives (whether its origin is fear, awe, respect or opposition), we counterintuitively open another realm of possibility, and actually enhance our loving connections . . .
We all have these latches in our lives—different defenses and fears that hold us back from learning how to fly. We're scared of change. We are more comfortable on the ground, but there is a voice inside each of us reminding us we can fly...
How do you find faith even in a moment of fear?
We can't control the issues we face in life. But we can set the perspective.
Confronting the demons, fears and insecurities in our lives.
Many spirited debates have been held on the necessity of fearing the Almighty. Many feel that only love is needed, and associate fear as a negative emotion in relation to G-d.
There's something that make us both objects of trepidation. And it's not the facial hair
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