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Dilemmas – Parshat Pinchas
Sometimes I just hate dilemmas. They force me to choose between different options. And some of them aren’t so pleasant. You must have heard of the phrase 'between a rock and a hard place'. Some options are really unpleasant. And when you have two unpleasant options, then you're really going to suffer the choice.
Rashi in this week's parsha, Parshat Pinchas alludes to this. Back when the sun and moon were cr …
He [Rabban Yohanan ben Zakai] said to [his disciples]: go out [of the bais hamedrash] and see which is the good way to which a man should cleave? (Avos 2:9)
Two questions come to mind:
First, why go out of the bais hamedrash? Isn’t the bais hamedrash the best place to think about one’s middos and to choose the one that is most important to you?
The Magid Rabi Yisrael m’Koznitz answered this quest …
Search for Simple Answers – Parshat Chukat
Wouldn’t it be great if life had simple answers to even the most complex questions? It would be easier to bear the burdens of suffering and anguish. After all, if Despair is, according to Doctor Viktor Frankl, Suffering without Meaning (D=S-M), then if we could assign meaning to our suffering, we would be spared all that despair and anguish.1 We know that stuff happens. Our question is always …
Vayomer Hashem Elokim, lo tov heyos ho'odom l’vado; e'eseh lo ezer k’negdo.
It is not good for man to be alone. I will make a compatible helper for him.
(Braishis 2:18, translation from The Living Torah, Rav Aryeh Kaplan, Z”L)
The verb l’nagad means “to oppose, to contradict.” This implies that the preposition neged means “opposite” in the sense of “in opposition to.& …
Sit upright in a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Close your eyes. Take a few deep breaths.
Relax your whole body and do a body scan starting from your feet and slowly going up focusing on being present in each part of your body. Release any remaining tension.
Now slowly rise up in your mind to a view from above your body. Look at the world and everything in it in detail, observing the high mountains and the seas, the wildlife and domesti …
Father to crying child: I understand that you are feeling really sad and disappointed, but think about what you’re so upset about! That’s peanuts compared to what happened to me when I was your age!
This dad began by validating his child’s feelings. He then proceeded to invalidate her feelings. He probably didn’t realize it. You can be sure his child realized it.
Mother to sulking child:  …