Wednesday, August 14, 2013


How can one achieve equanimity? To paraphrase Rabbi Chaim Vital,and when one attaches one's consciousness to G-d, and is intense in the fulfillment of Torah and mitzvoth, everything else pales. In serving G-d with joy and enthusiasm, the mundane becomes overshadowed, so much so that all matters become infused with holiness and lead to spiritual gain. Preoccupation with G-d's commands and total submission to His will, leave no time to dwell on self- esteem and ego which create barriers between the Jew and His Creator. Replaced by humility and spiritual growth,the result is total equanimity to all worldly matters, where every thought and action is elevated and transformed into good. By: Susha Alperowitz, Huntington Beach,CA

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