Parash Pinchas 5780 A couple of weeks ago, I had the incredible privilege to drive up North with my husband and very close friends to visit kivrei Tzadikim here in our magnificent and Holy Land. There are many that dot the hillsides and even line the roads up there. You can literally follow the timeline...
"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"
"This is what I am holding onto. This is what is keeping me going. That each and every single one of us has access to the greatest source of light imaginable. That this light is never-ending and all-powerful. "
"It is this kavod and honor that brings us to try and see beyond the surface in every matter."
"Sometimes we are faced with challenging situations that are real and sometimes even truly frightening, and this should be acknowledged."
"On a smaller scale, reacting with anger at being “cut-off” in traffic causes me, in some way, to cut myself off from the flow of energy and life force that Hashem is sending my way."
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."
There are times in life when a person can feel isolated and alone. Why do we feel like this? Where can we turn when we do?
"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."