In every important area of life we do better when we have a coach. A coach has a more objective view and will be able to point out ways that we can improve. Even if someone else doesn't have more knowledge, since they are more objective, their input could be valuable.
A serenity coach could be someone who is a model of serenity. Or it could be anyone who observes us and points out to us when we need to return to a more serene state. Others view our facial reactions, which we don't see unless we are looking into a mirror, and therefore observe the biofeedback that is expressed on our faces. It makes sense that if you have an opportunity to benefit from someone who agrees to be your coach, that you shouldn't pass up the opportunity
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Walking in the land of Israel, a major Mitzvah which I accomplished yesterday
Here's The Fascinating Origin Of Almost Every Jewish Last Name
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sun's angle is such
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earthquake in Japan embraced the leg of a
Kalapana , Hawaii where the sea
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life to be seen first at birth,
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around more than 10 meters high.
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Austria 's Green Lake is a
beautiful park in
winter.The snow melts in summer and
creates a very clear lake.Â
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and Denmark .Â
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pool is located in the skyscraper Marina Bay
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panda helping another.Â
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Ireland where every two years the stars
align with the road.Â
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sleep in case the current leads to
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more sensitivity than many
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Thirteen Principles of Belief. Rambam, Moses Maimonides (1135-1204), is well-known and revered by Jews across the board as a Jewish philosopher and scholar. He formulated "The 13 Principles of Jewish Belief" to clarify the essential beliefs of Judaism for the past 3,000 years. They are found in almost every prayer book.
I did the first 5 last week. Here is the second section: The Authenticity, Validity and Immutability of the Torah. Each principle begins with the words "I believe with complete belief..."
6) That all the words of the prophets are true. (The words of the prophets are the words of God and, therefore, true and incumbent upon us).
7) The prophecy of Moses our teacher was true and that he was the father of the prophets -- both those who preceded him and those who followed him. (Moses' prophecy was unique -- no other prophet could claim to supersede the prophecy of Moses).
8) The entire Torah now in our hands is the same one that was given to Moses. (The whole Torah was dictated by God to Moses, word by word, letter by letter and it has not been changed, mutated, or edited).
9) The Torah will not be exchanged nor will there be another Torah from the Creator. (The Written Law -- The Five Books of Moses, and the Oral Law -- the explanation of the Written Law, were given by God, Who is not a man who changes his mind. It was given once and no other book will replace it).
The third and final section of Maimonides Thirteen Principles of Belief is -- Man's Responsibility and Ultimate Reward. There are 4 principles in this section. Each principle begins with the words "I believe with complete belief..."
10) The Creator knows all the deeds of human beings and their thoughts. (Man's individual deeds are important to God and so are the hopes and thoughts that drive him. He is aware of everything man thinks and does).
11) The Creator rewards with good those who observe His commandments, and punishes those who violate His commandments. (No deed goes unrewarded or unpunished; one cannot cancel out a bad deed with a good one. Each is treated independently).
12) ... in the coming of the Mashiach (Messiah), and even though he may delay, nevertheless I anticipate every day that he will come. (Every generation has within it the power to perfect the world and bring Mashiach; the world is our responsibility -- we must do our utmost to be righteous and do righteousness. If we do not succeed, eventually God will bring Mashiach and completion to our efforts. It is the duality of personal responsibility and trust in God which has led the Jewish people to so much accomplishment and has kept us sane throughout the persecutions of history.)
13) ... that there will be a resuscitation of the dead whenever the will emanates from the Creator. (The dead will live again in the Messianic era, when the world will attain a new spiritual and physical level of perfection.)