King Solomon says in Proverbs 17:1: "Better a morsel of dry bread and tranquility with it, than a house full of feasting with strife."
The prosperity and success of the wicked, however impressive, is only an illusion. Many people live in a state of discord - with family, co-workers and neighbors. Far better is the life of the righteous man - even if he has only a crust of bread - because he has peace in his home.
Inner serenity is the essence of true success in life, and this is totally independent of material possessions.
Love Yehuda Lave
This is Begin's response when the question came up about recognizing a Palestinian State. It was valid when he said it and is the perfect answer to Kerry's tirade!.
Rabbi Meir Kahane HY"D on Jewish victims of Arab terror
Award winning Indian Short story about having another man's wife (some parts not so sneius -so use your judgment before watching)
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat urges city residents to continue to live their lives as usual despite the "difficult terror attack."
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat urged the city's residents not to allow the fear of terror to rule their lives despite the fallout from the " difficult terror attack" that took place at the beautiful promenade overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem on Sunday (Jan 8).
"To our dismany, there is no limit to the cruelty of the terrorists who are willing to use any means possible to murder Jews, and to damage the daily life of Israel's capital," Barkat said in a statement to media just a few minutes after the attack occurred.
But, he added, "Those who incite and fan the flames and those who support terror must pay a heavy price.
"I call on the residents of Jerusalem and the country at large to be alert, and despite this difficult terror attack, to carry on with your daily routine," he said.
"Don't let terror win."
Hana Levi Julian
About the Author:Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.
As we deal with the pain, remember it is time to take action. See you tomorrow my friends