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Mission in Life, A Person's

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Why is it so hard to figure out how to accomplish our mission? Some people go through their entire lives just searching. Why is that?
The statement, “I believe there is a G-d,” is meaningless. Faith is not the ability to imagine that which does not exist. Faith is finding relevance in that which is transcendent.
I've been told that each one of us has a specific, individual mission in life. How do I know what mine is?
As a childless, single, middle-aged, totally non-observant woman, am I considered a failure as a Jew? Is there any other spiritual role for a woman other than wife or mother? Will I end my life as a genetic dud?
G‑d created each person with a specific goal and purpose in mind. There is no "perfect person." No human being can, or should, be judged by anyone else's capabilities or accomplishments. Think of it as a giant puzzle. Each piece seems tiny, but if even on...
She calls this her “ultimate artwork”—having her body cremated after she dies and then compressed to form a diamond . . .
Since the beginning of time a "piece of the world" has been waiting for a particular soul to purify and repair it; but how do we we know which piece is ours?
If life has a purpose, what is the purpose of such a short and sad life?
My parents say that I was an "accident." Is there any meaning in celebrating the day that I wasn't really supposed to have been born on?
Question: I know there is an infinite, loving G‑d. It's just that I can't get my head around a few things in the Torah, like death penalties for gays, wizards, and people who curse their parents. Even if these people have erred, couldn't they just be aske...
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