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Parshat Bashalach in the Torah not only teaches about how HaShem split the Red Sea, but it also teaches us the secret of an easy income, or making a living effortlessly, with no headaches, without breaking our backs like a pack mule, and without working from sunup until sundown. “Parshat HaMan”, which you’ll find in Exodus 16:4-36, is the account of the manna falling from heaven, the heavenly sustenance that HaShem fed the Children of Israel during the 40 years that they wandered in the desert. The special attribute of Parshat HaMan is that it unlocks the secret of an easy income. That’s why many people read Parshat HaMan every single day, for our sages teach us that the mere utterance of Parshat HaMan invokes blessings of abundance. Our sages in the Gemara say that the Torah was intended for the people who eat manna (see Midrash Tanchuma, [...]Read full story »
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