Sunday, October 15, 2017

John Lennon Tribute

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Yehuda Lave, Spiritual Advisor and Counselor

Replace Hate With Love

The Torah (Vayikra 19:17) explicitly states, "Do not hate your brother in your heart." Even the simplest person is commanded not to have envy, hatred, and feelings of revenge and a grudge. This is such an important and basic obligation that the Jewish people's failure in this regard led directly to the destruction of the Second Temple.

Is there anyone you hate without a valid reason? Mentally visualize that hate melting away. In its place, visualize compassion, empathy. Now mentally bless that person. Bless him/her that they should treat you so wonderfully that you are filled with love for that person

Love Yehuda Lave

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Dip the apple in the honey.What's the message to take in?The apples are Hashem's ripe blessings,With sweetness, may our year begin. But the honey is even sweeter,Though it comes from a stinging bee,So may the pain that we encounter,Prove even sweeter, ultimately. 



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tough times fertilise the good

A tribute to Legend John Lennon, featuring a selection of his hits sung by various stars of music and tv. Look out for an amazing rendition of "in my life" sung by Dave Matthews

John Lennon - The Best Of (Full Album)

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An Elderly Italian Man when to his Parish Priest

The elderly Italian man went to his parish priest and asked if the priest would hear his confession. 


"Of course, my son," said the priest. 

"Well, Father, at the beginning of World War Two, a beautiful woman knocked on my door and asked me to hide her from the Germans; I hid her in my attic, and they never found her." 

"That's a wonderful thing, my son, and nothing that you need to confess," said the priest. 

"It's worse, Father; I was weak, I asked her to pay for the attic with sexual favors and she accepted," continued the old man. 




"Well, it was a very difficult time, and you took a large risk - you would have suffered terribly at their hands of the Germans had they found you hiding her; I know that God, in his wisdom and mercy, will balance the good and the evil, and judge you kindly," said the priest. 

"Thanks, Father," said the old man. "That's a load off of my mind. Can I ask another question?" 

"Of course, my son," said the priest. 

The old man asked, "Do I need to tell her that the war is over?"

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Love Yehuda Lave

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