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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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poor man came to the house of an elderly couple. Unfortunately they had nothing in the house to give him except an old piece of fish “from before the time of Noah’s Ark and the flood.” Out of desperation, they served him this fish and the next thing they knew he had to be rushed to the hospital. The elderly couple, of course, accompanied him to the hospital but, unfortunately, watched him die in front of their eyes.

At the funeral the elderly woman was crying uncontrollably and her husband was having a hard time trying to console her. She was hysterically screaming, “The fish killed him, the fish killed him.”

The husband who couldn’t stand to see his wife in such a state comforted her and said, “My darling, it’s really not that bad. We had the merit of fulfilling three good deeds: Welcoming guests, visiting the sick, and escorting the deceased!”