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Failings, Mistakes, Debacles

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“Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? Was it me, no you! Couldn’t be. Then who?” This childhood ditty encapsulates one of life’s major issues. Do we admit our wrongdoings? Try to blame the other? How do we react to our failings? Learn why evading ou...
Continuing in the Kabbalistic eXtreme Sports series, Rabbi Infinity demonstrates the deeper meaning behind running up walls and jumping off cliffs. The mantra: Turn downward impact into forward motion.
Don’t we all fall? And don’t we yearn for an empathetic embrace, a hug or a word of encouragement?
Who is the real me--that spiritually uplifted and kind individual, or the petty, self-absorbed and egocentric one?
Episode XXIV: Feivel Goes Wacko
Train your heart to be mindful, even when it's going wild
Why weren't the women involved with the sin of the golden calf? And how can even our darkest mistakes uplift us?
How the golden calf brought the giving of the Torah to completion. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 16 Ki Tisa)
Sometimes we see it coming. We warn our spouse or child, and they proceed to mess up. Isn’t this the time for tough love reprimand, to point out their errors? Learn how to most effectively support and rebuild the person who did wrong.
Short and sweet advice on how to live life.
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