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Why do our prayers go unanswered sometimes? Why do we yearn to speak to Hashem, but sometimes the words just don't come? Today's emuna lesson will answer these questions, and much more:
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Shavua tov everyone :)
Thnx RB for the inspiring shiur and for the sharing the amazing hisbodedut testimonial of the chasid:)!
I related well to the shiur. Some highlights I remember are:
(a) "being placed in an environment and looking around or feeling it out and then asking Hashem what am I suppose to be learning or doing here".
(b) "the reminder, permission, and encouragement to have a relationship with Hashem:)
(c) " the suggested tips for women" --- as my emuna has grown as a woman ,BH, bli ayin hara, I have, BH, replaced alot of my first responses to situations with Breslev teachings and one of my favorite thoughts before responding is ur song: "A woman can build..." .
(d) "pauper's prayer" -good to hear and know we can get that close to Hashem if we are willing:)
My emuna is the easential ingredient which fills the void when I give something up and if my whole purpose is a soul correction then I am continuously in the process of weeding my garden which leaves lots of room to plant seeds of emuna and the watering of my emuna seeds and/or the necessary action which fosters growth is hisbodedut:):):)
Thnx again so much for being a Rebbe:)
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Sunday, 03 February 2013 at 04:54 PM
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