Posts Tagged passing fancy
"If the essence of proper hitbodedut is seeking what HaShem wants from us, then improper hitbodedut is the opposite, when one fails to seek HaShem’s Will during his hitbodedut. Rather, he prays to HaShem to fulfill his own physical and spiritual desires, and this is contrary to HaShem’s Will. He actually asks HaShem to help them do what is contrary to HaShem’s Will". (In Forest Fields, page 180, Rabbi Shalom Arush) The tragic truth is that we are all guilty of this. I am learning how much I do not know. Baruch HaShem! Truly the only thing that is worth doing is the continual pursuit of serving, worshiping, and submitting to the Will of HaShem …every other pursuit is entirely meaningless and utterly futile. As we strive to please HaShem rather than waste time on empty frivolity we cannot help being exuberant! The joy and pure contentment is [...]Read full story »
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