Wednesday, November 25, 2015

New Temple mount restrictions and a girl called Hadar murdered at 21

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

The Uncertainty of Life

In many areas of our lives uncertainty is inevitable. You will cause yourself much needless pain if you unrealistically demand certainty. Even in extremely important areas of our lives we are likely to be uncertain.

If you can let go of unrealistic demands for certainty, you will actually achieve more peace of mind than if you were certain!

What is the proper attitude? Try to be as certain as possible, and accept that any remaining uncertainty will not exacerbate your situation. To emphasis that point click on the picture of the woman next to this piece and read what she has to say (it is too small to read unless you click on it). In adittion I have my usual fun stuff to see below besides the serious points.

Love Yehuda Lave

Dancing as it used to be

A few lions cross the road:

The Ten Steepest Streets In The World