Trust Leads to Joy
The light of the inward part of our Holy Torah
lights up the inner part of our souls.
This is the Torah G-d gave to me, personally.
Are you looking at what you lack?
Look for G-d’s kindness in your life?
Happiness is a learned art.
Our thoughts produce our emotions.
What we think and how we think affects
how happy and successful we are.
Are you connecting to your source?
The Master of the Universe has given us 613 ways
to stay connected in every moment,
613 ways to be joyful.
Is everyone of your days full of life, kindness and good works?
May your new endeavor be successful!
(But the joy of it is up to you!)
Life and light
Joy & Trust
G-d is good.
G-d doesn’t destroy belief.
Thank You for the glass that is half full!
Thank You for your kindness!
No envy or war but full knowledge of G-d
will fill the world and all our potential will be fulfilled.
Bring out the innerness of G-d
that is in the Torah you learn
and the Mitzvahs you do
into your own innerness.
Connect to G-d on the inside.
Explore the intimacy of the Divine Relationship.
Say to G-d:
‘I know you’re here for me.”
If our outer lives are not aligned with our inner soul, we feel anxious.
Nothing is lost.
Every good thing you do,
every act of kindness,
every penny given to charity ~
Nothing is every lost or ever wasted.
We rely on you, Hashem,
to show us in a revealed way
how this thing is good.
In the merit of our trust, may all good be revealed!
Joy, trust, happiness ~All are a choice.
How to be happy all the time:
Focus on the good.
At our core and essence is faith.
Do you feel God in your life?
Yes, God runs the world,
but does God run your world?
Do you see God’s presence in your life every day?
The Celestial Post Office always gets the right address.
Trust builds intimacy.
On this day we draw down blessings for the whole year,
the light of Chassidus. Good Yom Tov!
From a Farbrengen with Mrs. Miriam Parks, Mrs. Shifra Heyman, Mrs. Chana Rachel Schusterman, Celebrating the Liberation of the Alter Rebbe, the New Year of Chassidus, and the Yartzeit of the Maggid of Mezritch; “Joy and Trust in Difficult Times”; 2002; v. 17.19