On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 5:33 AM, Yehuda Lave <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The Sages teach that all the days of a poor person are difficult,but someone with a good heart has a continual feast.The Maharsha explains that none of the Sages choose to explain this passage to be referring to a poor person, in the first part of the passage,since the parallel line in the second half of the passage does not refer to someone with monetary wealth, rather to someone with a "good heart," i.e. someone who enjoys spiritual prosperity.
Other Sages explain that the poor person is one with an unhappy mate, and the person who is always having a party is the one with a happy mate.
In other words a "happy wife is a happy life!!"Love Yehuda--enjoy the beautiful pictures of Argentina