That said, I have deep emuna, I work to see hints, I have “knowledge” that He is here - but the hiding is so thick that I cannot always feel it...
I believe that Anava is really letting go of what we imagine ourselves to be whether gedolei hador, Talmidei chachamim or lowly nebach paupers, insignificant in every way.
"Growth and transformation require the acceptance and the pain of failure. Without this acknowledgement and awareness one cannot break through current (and past) limits"
Parasha Pinchas 5780 – Trust Your Intuition, Accept the Outcome In Brachot, when R. Eliezer was ill, his disciples came to him. They asked him, “Master, teach us the paths of life so that through them we may merit the life of the world to come.” One of the things he said to them was,...
"when we strengthen ourselves to connect to the hidden part of the Torah, the hidden part of ourselves - that which has not been revealed, then we realize that there is nothing but infinite potential"
"Sometimes we are faced with challenging situations that are real and sometimes even truly frightening, and this should be acknowledged."
we each stand at the “border” of spiritual growth, moving into a place of deeper, more clear connection to HaShem we are faced with the voices inside that tell us to look at the “facts”
"Each individual could clearly see that acknowledgment and forgiveness was the gateway to devekus as they entered into Shabbos."
"The loneliest place in the world is in a crowded room, a room full of people who are doing their thing, laughing, enjoying each other, maybe singing, maybe learning, maybe praying - but not seeing you."
"This is our avoda, to never hold onto resentment toward HaShem, to crown Him King in every situation of our lives in order that His Divine presence can move through us to bring the revelation of His light and Kingship into this world."