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Right after I read this email about Zrizus, my mother asked me to do something for her, and because of you, I decided to use Zrizus to do it right away even though my yetzer hara was making me feel not in the mood to do it. So tizku lmitzvos!!! Thanks for all your inspiration 🙂
I think there is a certain chizuk in being part of a large group of people working on the same middah. [Even though] we don’t talk to each other… there’s the poem and picture part of it [i.e. the Creativity Challenges] from which I hear how others take the lessons and apply it. Although I don’t keep track of the challenges when I do them, it’s interesting how seeing how much others do them makes me want to do it more.
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I would like to share with you a comment that my 8 year old son made. He said: “You know, Mommy, if more women everywhere did Middos Challenges, Moshiach would come already!” He, too, sees the beauty and value in working on ourselves and growing….
I look forward to the emails each week because I can really feel a difference in my behavior, my avodas Hashem and the way I look at the world because of them.
Just wanted to let you know that because of this week’s email about the power of Silence, I was able just now to avoid an argument. A person close to me called me to give me mussar about something and instead of arguing, defending, or explaining, I kept saying, ‘OK… OK… OK…’ and I was mekabel (accepted it). I’m still not sure I agree with her, but silence and shalom (peace) were worth more than being right. Thank you!