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londonmale

I think we move backwards and forwards from and to Hashem, like Ezekiel's chariot across the heavens.
Our struggle is to keep moving toward's Hashem.
I think those who keep moving forward are Tzadikkim?

Messody

Hi Racheli
I hope Yom Kippur was good by you.
The fast went buy quick. I did feel a little thirsty. And my yom Kippur siddur was confusing to pray in. But the weather was cool considering that is fall in Brooklyn N.Y.. Waiting for succot. At least you don't get to vote next month. I think Trump and Clinton need major atonement for their own sins just a thought. They are giving me and everyone else a headache. Love your post though . It's nice that you are helping your husband fast by taking care of the kids. I think when you do your best hashem provides the rest.

Elena Kuchik

Exactly!
i was trying imagine myself as angel all yom kippur - it didn't help my headche..I am glad fast season is over and definitely hisbodedut works for me too!

annie

Thank you Racheli... i always look forward to your "real" posts... *:-) They are great!!! You encourage us, all, to try our best, no matter the circumstance... (can so relate to those 5 minute prayers...but trying hard to increase more)...

YES... to a sweet new year, and world peace, for sure!!! SHALOM TO ALL...

 Racheli

You have a good point, Londonmale. While it seems that we do move backwards at times, there are times that the apparent moving backwards is actually us moving forward. Rebbe Nachman says that when we move up spiritual levels, the bottom of the next spiritual level up is dark, so that's why it appears that we are moving backwards. I don't know about the Tzaddikim, but I would tend to agree with you. Shana Tova!

 Racheli

Messody, can you please send over some of that gorgeous fall weather??? I'm so jealous! It was 90 degrees here yesterday, and today it's 95!! What gives? I'm happy you had a decent fast, and wish you all the best this coming year!

 Racheli

Yes, Elana, I don't think angels get headaches! lol I am also glad the fast is over. Don't you feel such a sense of accomplishment, though? Keep up with the hitbodedut - you can't imagine how much Hashem loves when we speak with Him! Shana Tova!!

 Racheli

Thank you, Annie! I'z far from perfect, u know.... Shana Tova!!

Elena Kuchik

:) My sister just told me they have those amazing slow-release caffeine pills ..but hope that Mashiach will come before next fast and I will not have to try it..
Here are the encouraging words from book "Building a Sanctuary in the heart" pg 146 "The attainments that one gains from an area in which he tries and doesn't succeed are impossible to gain in a straightforward manner". and also on page 145 "The light tat one receives from the tests and the falls, whether they be in one's will, thought, speech, or action, is a great light that is essential if one is to acquire anything!" So Gam zu la tova! Shabbat SHolom!

 Racheli

Amen to the Mashiach coming before next Yom Kippur, Elena! Thanks for the beautiful quotes and the caffeine pill tips! Shabbat Shalom!

Ted Jessa

On this most holiest of days my mind reflected on the world's fate, both collectively
and individually. Listening to Breslov teachings throughout the year, I speak daily with
Hashem of areas where I need improvement. Areas involving actions between man
and God, interactions with fellow people.
Food was not entirely on my mind during the fast. I certainly did not feel like any sort
of heavenly being. Nor does fasting make for " Atonement". Rather I felt more how Isaiah
describes fasting as a physical act which promotes empathy for the poor who have nothing
to eat through out the year.
May we all be inscribed for a healthy, sweet , and redemptive New Year.

Aimee Cohen

It's very fitting because here, Monday of Sukkot is Thanksgiving Day! But other than having a day off the Jews don't seem to observe it as some of them do in the USA. Hag Sameah!

racheli

Aimee, how can that be? Thanksgiving is at the end of November. Maybe you're thinking Halloween? Come to think of it, what month are we in??

Esther Rachel

I do NOT understand competitive with spouse. Everyone knows Hashem built
Eve, the woman. Adam came from dust.
Even though women have a very small portion of that dust, they were built.
Very specific design.
Can NOT compare, not the same caliber.

Tzippy

I love it!!!

I would totally start prepping now for this big dinner we are having, but there is way to much chocolate sitting around in the house- and it ain't gonna eat itself

racheli

OMG Esther Rachel, take it easy! I'm just kidding! My humor is very, VERY dry and sarcastic. You'll get used to it eventually. Hopefully. Unless you stop reading my posts. I really hope not! ;)))

racheli

Tzippy, I heard if you rub sauerkraut on the chocolate it might make it less appetizing. Just sayin'... On the other hand, it might make a pregnant mama really happy.

David

The half fast works 214 to 190 in 3 weeks and still keeping the weight off
Thank you
David in S Miami

lea moore

I was in a car accident just before Rosh Hashanah 5777. I struggled so much emotionally and spiritually. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur were not good! I did however spend the year growing closer to Hashem. With all the articles and books about emuna, I understood intellectually but it just wasn't real in my life. Not the way I needed it to be. Finally, during the days of awe, it clicked! I finally got it! Wow, what a difference. It is so nice to let go and not try to control everything. To not feel like a failure when all the medical treatment does not work. It's OK. Hashem has my 6. :) Other subject, can you please explain the benefits of coconut oil? I was told by dietitian at military base to stop using it because it was bad for you. I don't think he is right.

racheli

David, that's fantastic! I assume you have a nice energy level? You don't feel extra tired, right? Thanks so much for keeping in touch with me! I'm thrilled that you're doing so great! Have you started exercising more?

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