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Friday & Shabbat Parshat Vayera

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  • Ora K
    In the merit of this learning may Elisha ben Yehudis and Gavriel ben Yehudis each be blessed with complete health, happiness, safety, clarity, success and only
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 1, 2012
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      In the merit of this learning may Elisha ben Yehudis and Gavriel ben Yehudis each be blessed with complete health, happiness, safety, clarity, success and only revealed good. 
      This learning is dedicated li'iluy nishmat Shana bat Aryeh Leib. 

      Friday  
      The classic example of avoiding speaking negatively about others happens in this weeks Torah portion where Gd misquotes Sarah when He tells Avraham that she laughed, saying she has grown too old to have a child. In fact she had said that Avraham (her husband) has grown too old to have a child. Gd does this to keep peace between Avraham and Sarah. 

      Shabbat  
      If Gd can misquote someone for the sake of keeping peace, surely we are expected to go to great lengths to avoid saying anything that would cause conflict between any two people, particularly between a husband and wife. Sometimes it is not what you say, but what you don't say that can make the difference between life, death, and eternity. There are however times to avoid saying the truth and even intentionally and constructively saying something not exactly accurate i.e. for the sake of peace (NOT to protect ourselves and avoid dealing with something).

      ( Finding the Right Words by Rosally Satltsman)

      Create a beautiful, holy, and restful Shabbat!
      - Ora
    • Ora K
      In the merit of this learning may Elisha ben Yehudis and Galya bat Yehudis each be blessed with complete health, happiness, safety, success, clarity and only
      Message 2 of 4 , Oct 17, 2013
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        In the merit of this learning may Elisha ben Yehudis and Galya bat Yehudis each be blessed with complete health, happiness, safety, success, clarity and only revealed good. 


        Friday  
        The classic example of avoiding speaking negatively about others happens in this weeks Torah portion where Gd misquotes Sarah when He tells Avraham that she laughed, saying she has grown too old to have a child. In fact she had said that Avraham (her husband) has grown too old to have a child. Gd does this to keep peace between Avraham and Sarah. 

        Shabbat  
        If Gd can misquote someone for the sake of keeping peace, surely we are expected to go to great lengths to avoid saying anything that would cause conflict between any two people, particularly between a husband and wife. Sometimes it is not what you say, but what you don't say that can make the difference between life, death, and eternity. There are however times to avoid saying the truth and even intentionally and constructively saying something not exactly accurate i.e. for the sake of peace (NOT to protect ourselves and avoid dealing with something).

        ( Finding the Right Words by Rosally Satltsman)

        Create a beautiful, holy, and restful Shabbat!
        - Ora

      • Ora K
        In the merit of this learning may Uri ben Yocheved and Yehudis bat Perl each be blessed with complete health, happiness, success, clarity, and only revealed
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 7, 2014
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          In the merit of this learning may Uri ben Yocheved and Yehudis bat Perl each be blessed with complete health, happiness, success, clarity, and only revealed good. 

          Friday  
          The classic example of avoiding speaking negatively about others happens in this weeks Torah portion where Gd misquotes Sarah when He tells Avraham that she laughed, saying she has grown too old to have a child. In fact she had said that Avraham (her husband) has grown too old to have a child. Gd does this to keep peace between Avraham and Sarah. 

          Shabbat  
          If Gd can misquote someone for the sake of keeping peace, surely we are expected to go to great lengths to avoid saying anything that would cause conflict between any two people, particularly between a husband and wife. Sometimes it is not what you say, but what you don't say that can make the difference between life, death, and eternity. There are however times to avoid saying the truth and even intentionally and constructively saying something not exactly accurate i.e. for the sake of peace (NOT to protect ourselves and avoid dealing with something).

          ( Finding the Right Words by Rosally Satltsman)

          Create a beautiful, holy, and restful Shabbat!
          - Ora

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