Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Hashem, thank You so so so much for tonight.
For everything, but now for tonight.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Y'know what's amazing about living alone?

You can eat an entire container of mint chocolate chip ice cream in one sitting and nobody will know!

And y'know what's terrible about living alone?

You can eat an entire container of mint chocolate chip ice cream in one sitting and nobody will know...

Sunday, November 06, 2016

Is there anything sweeter than words of Torah from the mouth of a young Jewish child?

There is not.


Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Blessing Received

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Old Tests of River

Revisited.
Nay, resnuck upon.
Arghhhh can I tantrum stamp that it's not fair????
I thought I was DONE with this!!

Argg, what's the good I can find?
Alright, a laced heart untied.
And less judgment towards others.

Argghhhhh not good enough, Tatteh, not good enough.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

I Forgive Everyone

I have no hard feelings, no grudges, no resentment towards anyone.

G-d is good and He guides me in goodness, with goodness.

Friday, September 23, 2016

קרבן תודה

For a million and one things but the main one for being grateful for my million and one blessings :)

Monday, September 19, 2016

Why I'm The Luckiest Gal I Know (Part 1)

Boruch Hashem,
I've got friends (and family) all over the world who are thrilled to host me whenever I want, and I can pretty much pick up and go whenever I want to travel.
I learn about my Creator, my soul, my purpose in the world.
I have solid boundaries and guidelines.
I have skills that I can use wherever I am, to earn money.
I have medical insurance.
Thank You, Hashem.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

How to fight in Heaven:

I muse, the more you strengthen your self-control muscles and your trust in the Rebbe, the more likely you'll be able to withstand the (nearly) irresistible pull to the glory of G-d up There and insist, rather, on sending Moshiach to redeem all.

The advantage some have - moi possibly not excluded - is feeling at times pleasure and connection to the physical world.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Life/death hack!

If you have automatic payments set up to a tzedaka fund/organization, and then you die, and it continues, you're able to keep doing mitzvos even from Heaven. Ha!! Coolness!!

Life

Life is about each moment. Each 60 seconds is 60 opportunities. Opportunities to shine. To give. To grow. To glow. To create. To live.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Maybe Hashem made dawn follow every night because otherwise we'd have a hard time believing and expecting the light after/from dark idea.

On second thought, light follows night because in upper/deeper/spiritual realms that's the case so naturally it will extend itself to the physical as well.

And then, and then my friend went to Heaven.

"She's in the best rehab now," Isaac says to comfort us.

"I'm done with this darkness," says I.

Golus needs to end.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Just came across my "Broken Heart" piece*.
What an intense creature, this one is.

*pun not intended

From a place of illuminated darkness --

Rabbi Tzvi Freeman's daily doses of wisdom from the Rebbe have saved me many a time. I often mark some of them for return, revisiting countless times over weeks or months until I feel I can check em off.
Tonight, I am ready to post and conquer this one, with the help of G-d Almighty.

Treasure Island
Our souls are in exile within our bodies. Our people is in exile within a foreign world.
And so there are two things we must know:
That this is not our place.
And that hidden treasure lies buried here; for G‑d dwells in darkness.
If we only remember that this is not our place, we may remain strong, we may even shine in the darkness. But what profit will there be from our exile?
And if we only remember that treasure lies here, we will begin to believe that this is our place, and if so, of what use is the treasure?

Likkutei Sichot, vol. 15, pg. 438; ibid vol. 5, pp. 459–461.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Hi, My Name Is Ox



We all have a beast inside. The point is not simply to muzzle that animal, but to harness its power. But first you have to determine what sort of an animal this is and what can be done with it.
A sheep, for example, doesn’t care to hurt anyone. An ox, on the other hand, can kick and gore.
But did you ever see a sheep plow a field?
"I am in the West and my heart is in the East."