Turning over a new leaf

Every time we declare and make a new beginning, we do so with the advantage of more experience, more awareness of past pitfalls, and higher chances of success, just so long as we don’t fret about the past at all. When a person makes constant and multiple new beginnings, sooner or later he’ll excel and succeed.  As King Solomon said: “A righteous man falls seven times but gets up; the wickedness stumble on wickedness.”

Rabbi Arush, Garden of Wisdom, http://www.breslev.co.il.

These daily lifts are inspired by Jonny Chippeck and dedicated to his ‘refuah shleimah’. Get well soon Jonny!

Please step up to the plate and contribute your own small nugget of Torah by sending back to me at terence@speedquote.net. The more people we have contributing, the higher this daily lift will go. Keep them coming.

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