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Every Moment Counts

“G-d did not create even one detail of His creation in vain.” The talents and opportunities G-d grants a person in life are meant to be utilized and maximized to the fullest; if one doesn’t do so, the entire order of creation suffers…
Time Management, Lubavitcher Rebbe
Every Moment Counts
Disc 107, Program 425

Event Date: 11 Nissan 5744 - April 13, 1984

“G-d did not create even one detail of His creation in vain.” The talents and opportunities G-d grants a person in life are meant to be utilized and maximized to the fullest; if one doesn’t do so, the entire order of creation suffers…

Someone who has the ability to influence others, to promote truth and justice – whether on a local, regional, or national scale – cannot be satisfied by the fact that he has done more than the average person. If he isn’t living up to his full potential, he is wasting his potential.

“And Abraham was advanced in age. “ The Zohar explains that the phrase “ba bayamim – advanced in age” literally means “came with his days.” Every single moment of every single day was utilized by Abraham to making this world a better place. At the end of his lifetime, he was able to show that he truly “possessed” his time. This trait is bequeathed to every single one of his physical and spiritual heirs.

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Anonymous November 3, 2012

Action This is a wonderful segment on living the way G-d intended. One can talk about Torah all day, and show much knowledge, but until he/she puts that into action, it will be in vain. Action in life is where we sow the seeds of righteousness, and where we test our strength against that of the world's. And if this action if done with anything less than half effort, then the results be just that: half. To give our lives as sacrifices to the Most High, and do everything all for the glory of G-d, is to preform the greatest miztvo of all: that is to love. Reply

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