Lets Learn Middos #2, Emes. Understanding Your Middos 2019-01-10

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The supporting tools enable the lessons to be reinforced throughout the week. While Hashem grants man free will, He knows ahead of time what we will choose. Teshuva is only possible because of the amazing kindness of Hashem. Here the adjective abundant is added to demonstrate the vast kindness that Hashem performs every day. During these visits, they engage in Torah discussions and talk about the Minhagim customs that are practiced during the Yamim Naroim Days of Awe. For more information contact Sima Susskind at or visit. Therefore, every situation in life is a test — a test to see which part comes to the fore, which part gains control over me.

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Understanding Your Middos

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With time, you will slowly transform yourself into a more divine human being, as you forge a closer and more complete connection with Hashem. If someone hurts us accidentally , forgive them. It is the responsibility of the Yeshiva to slow down on how much they cover and tighten up on what they are teaching. The issue was: how to find her? Every event that transpired over the course of the year was decreed ahead of time on Rosh Hashana, and everything that will transpire in the coming year will have be decreed on the coming Rosh Hashana. It was true and there was nothing to counter.

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Campaign Encourages Good Middos

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There is no need to elaborate. Each of the four elements this divides into two classes: it is either hot or cold, and it is either moist or dry. And it cares about nothing other than filling those hungers. Just coming to shul and davening, hoping to be forgiven is not enough. Take care of your needs! The first Perek in Sefer Tomar Devora by Rabbi Moshe Kordevero details and outlines the middos of Hashem and how we can emulate them.

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Middos Alert

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Fire in Hebrew is aish. The very next day the supposed signatories were dancing at the extravagant weddings with the 20 piece band. Many explanations are given, but there is one that applies to our current discussion: good middos are middos that can work together with an opposing middah. The Sages have thus essentially revealed to us in this that just like all of Creation is rooted in Hashem, so are our middos rooted in the middos of Hashem. Parents also have the power and ability to retaliate and punish their children to protect their honor, just as Hashem has this ability with us. But on this world, fire and water do not combine, and thus we find bad middos on this world amongst people. It yearns for a loving relationship with my Creator.

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Teaching Proper Middos and Derech Eretz

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As such, the month of Elul is a serious time of preparation. Shame on you Not sure where some of you send your children to yeshiva, but obviously not to the most popular yeshivas. Therefore, if Hashem sees us showing compassion and acting kindly to other people, He will do the same to us. Instead of seeing how there are so many middos to work on, see how you can unify them all together. Below is a reprint of an article my father wrote many years back on teaching proper middos and derech eretz.

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Middos Alert

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The Rebbe inspires them to grow in Torah and service of Hashem, as well as to strengthen their interpersonal traits, and to be there for one another. Every month, a specific middah of one of the Avos and Imahos is spotlighted. As such, we should try to focus on the good that others have done to us rather than forgetting about it. Parents are constantly giving to their children and supplying them with all their needs. The problem is the yeshivas are focusing on the metzuyonim. In the course of looking into that, I ended up trying to see where yeshiva bochurim in general were holding. We are discussing the four elements of our soul — the fire in our soul, the wind in our soul, the water in our soul, and the earth in our soul.

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Middos: Central to all Avodas Hashem

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One tried to vindicate the Jewish nation and the other opposed. The shofar blast inspires hearts and minds toward Teshuva during the month of Elul, as it signals the approach of Rosh Hashana and the urgency of preparation for the Day of Judgment. In the early hours of the Sunday before the week of Rosh Hashana, thousands of Chassidim from around Israel will join the Rebbe in prayer. Why are you giving it to someone else? When we do Teshuva, our souls return to the state of innocence that existed before we committed the sin. . It is to show that the four elements are not meant to be worked on separately; they are meant to be combined, and that is how we fix them. Selichos are extraordinary and hallowed prayers that are designated for fast days, Yom Kippur, and the Ten Days of Repentance.

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He knew that he had found the right girl. Whenever the shofar is sounded, the blower sounds four blasts. We were put into a body that only desires and knows its own needs, and our Nishomah is given the challenge of overcoming those natural instincts and learning to care for others so that it can reach spiritual heights. From the superficial perspective, he needs to do just that — get rid of his gaavah. How can we see this? It can either mean character traits, such as love, fear, anger, happiness, etc. The earth gets is coldness from water, and it gets it dryness from fire.

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