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Masters and Miracles

Love’s Higher Vision on Relationships Higher inspiration comes through  many different channels. For some, it comes most powerfully through the Masters of loving kindness that have graced our world with their presence  of immense compassion like a miracles. When we connect in our heart with great  Masters,  they find a way to reach  out to […] Continue reading

Unlimited abundance

Stop and think: did you ever lack an available source of food? Did you ever go for an entire day without eating? We’re not talking about a public fast day like Yom Kippur or Tisha B’Av, when we voluntarily refrain from eating while the refrigerator is packed to the gills with delicacies that await us […] Continue reading

Children

I’m thinking about it all the time: What do children need most? You see, old people are already accustomed to this kind of existence, this ‘being or not being,’ just hanging around existence.   But when children are born, they mamash know, their soul tells them, “You are only born in this world mamash to […] Continue reading

Three Lessons

  Rebbe Nachman, the holy master, says, in order to serve G-d you have to learn, you have to know, three lessons.   The first lesson is that you must learn how to walk, and you must learn how to stand.  When you do a mitzvah, when you do something good, you’re walking in G-d’s […] Continue reading

Praying in the field

Likutei Moharan Tinyono 11   Da kesheadam mitpalel basode, azai kol hoasavim kulam ba’in betoch hatfila, umisayin lo, venotnin lo koach betfilato. Veze bechinat shenikret hatfilo sicha. Rebbe Nachman says… I want you to know that when you pray in the field, every blade of grass comes and helps you, and gives you strength to […] Continue reading

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Little Josh was brought to Dr. Gill cause he hadn’t eaten anything for days. Dr. Gill offered him all the goodies he could think of. No luck. He tried a little scolding. It didn’t work. A little pleading, to no avail. Finally he sat down, faced the boy, looked him in the eye. He said, “Look young man, if you can be stubborn, so can I. You’re not going anywhere till you eat something. You can have whatever you want, but only after you have eaten will you leave.” Josh just sat and glared for some time, then said “OK. I’ll eat but I have some conditions. First, I’ll have exactly what I want and exactly how I want it and second you’ll share with me.” Dr. Gill was OK with this. He asked the child what he’d like. “Worms!” said Josh. Dr. Gill was horrified but didn’t want to back out and seem like a loser. So, he ordered a plate of worms to be brought in. “Not that many, just one,” yelled Josh as he saw the plate. So, everything other than one worm was removed. Josh then demanded that the single worm be cut into two pieces and then Dr. Gill eat half. Dr. Gill went through the worst ordeal of his life, and after finishing, barely managing to keep his cool, said, “OK, now eat!” Josh refused as he sobbed, “No way! You ate my half!”