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Everything is for the Good

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What is “Baruch dayan ha'emet”
While there are many things about the Jewish funeral service I could inquire about, I am curious about one thing in particular. Everyone was saying to each other, “Baruch dayan emet,” “Blessed is the True Judge.” I found that it was almost like a greeting...
Whatever happens is for the good: This belief may get us through hard times and is virtuous, but it has its limits…
When G-d communicates with us from a place closer to His essence, we don’t understand Him clearly. Was that a hug? ’Cause it felt like a slap in the face . . .
If the Torah's description of Noah's righteousness can be understood both ways, why do the sages propose a negative interpretation?
What does it mean, and what does it mean to us...
Aside from stimulating our minds and inspiring our mystic wonder, what are the practical ramifications of the truth that G‑d is creating the world anew every moment of time?
Amongst those who commit themselves to the belief that everything is coming from G‑d and therefore is good, there are two levels...
I try to follow the rules of the game. I need to teach her how to graciously accept a setback. But with each roll of the dice, I am inwardly holding my breath, secretly longing for her victory.
Don’t we trust that G‑d knows what’s best for us and does only good for us? Aren’t we lacking in our trust and faith if we pray to G‑d to change what is?
When there are shadows in your life, how do you focus on the surrounding light?
If we cannot give up our worries about the future, then our trust in Him is tenuous, conditional and half-hearted. What we are really telling G‑d is that our relationship with Him is conditional.
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