Your belief needs to be based on reality -- so develop an eye for noticing sparks of potential in others. remarked that he was surprised that Rabbi Chaim's house did not have the requisite square cubit of unfinished wall space that one is to leave as a reminder of the ruin of the Temple. Even if they are not frankly offended by someone else pointing out their imperfections, they are rarely grateful for being reprimanded.
Following the influx of Jewish immigrants to America, Yiddish was a language increasingly heard on the streets of New York, and in 1925 New York alone had seven daily newspapers printed in Yiddish. Today, Yiddish words like chutzpah, klutz, schmaltz and schlep have crept into mainstream English usage.
Believe in people and you will influence them to believe in themselves.
Judaism presents seven mitzvot for non-Jews to observe.
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With stories and insights, Rabbi Twerski's new book Twerski on Machzor makes Rosh Hashanah prayers more meaningful.