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  Deeper Meaning of Psalm 100
Editor2/15/2021 7:40:27 PM
 
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  To Vio
 

I assume that you're asking where to find the deeper meaning to Psalm 100?

 

It was already mentioned in Comment 6, but I'll post it again: The Deeper Meaning of Psalm 100.

 
Editor2/2/2021 8:02:14 AM
 
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  The deeper meaning of Tehillim 100
 

Where can I find it,

 
Vio2/2/2021 6:24:37 AM
 
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  "Chok Toda" Booklet is Available in Breslev Store
 

Now you can buy the booklet Chok Toda - The Law of Gratitude in the Breslev Store.

 

Change your life to be a life of gratitude and blessing! Say thank you and see miracles! The law really works!

 
Breslev Staff11/16/2020 6:00:43 PM
 
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  Where can I get those lectures with the English translations? (only subject)
 
 
Anonymous,10/6/2020 5:11:54 AM
 
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  Additional message from Harav Arush
 

Rabbi Arush adds:

 

After you finish The Law of Thank You - every day spend another 15 minutes asking Hashem for what you need to do teshuva. After all, Hashem sent this to you for a good reason, and it might just be that you need to make changes in your life. "There is no suffering without sin" but there is also no suffering without a good purpose - G-d loves you! And He does not want you to have pain or suffering, so if it's here - there's a good reason. Ask Hashem to help you figure out what it is, and what He is hinting to you that you need to change!

 
EDITOR9/9/2020 3:58:23 PM
 
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  Thank YOU!
 

Your thank you means A LOT to me. I often feel like I am just throwing things out into outer space and I have no idea if people are reading and if it's helping them.

I LOVE YOUR COMMENTS! Keep them coming! Thank you! On the website or email me directly: rachel.avrahami@breslev.co.il.

 
Editor8/26/2020 12:49:38 AM
 
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  Meaning and Kavanot on Psalm 100
 

I just wrote an new article on kavanot/intentions to have while saying Psalm 100, which I have shared already with quite a few people and they said that it really helped them - and I hope they will help you too!

 

The Deeper Meaning of Psalm 100.

 
Editor8/26/2020 12:46:23 AM
 
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  Listen to the answers yourself
 

Many of these answers have been recorded with English translation.

 

If you're interested in listening to Rabbi Arush's answers yourself, email the Editor at rachel.avrahami@breslev.co.il.

 
Editor7/8/2020 9:01:04 PM
 
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  Chok Todah and Hishtadlus - Personal Effort
 

Someone asked Rabbi Arush this question: She is strengthening herself in personal prayer and modesty. Her workplace is not so modest though, and men and women mix. She is doing the Chok every day. Should she also look for other jobs too?

 

Rabbi Arush was VERY strong that doing the Chok does NOT mean to sit back and expect Hashem to drop something in your lap! Yes, she should also search and search! Thank, pray, and continue to try your best to fix the situation - that's always the formula.

 
Editor7/8/2020 8:59:28 PM
 
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  Chok Todah on Shabbat
 

Someone asked Rabbi Arush if the Chok Todah can be done on Shabbat for parnassa, good income. Rabbi Arush said definitively NO.

 

Harav explained that Shabbat is a day to say thank you for the good and enjoy yourself. Say thank you for the table, the chair, the house, the wonderful food. Shabbat is not really a day for saying thank you for our suffering. Because just thinking about the suffering makes us suffer - even in order to say thank you - and that's not for Shabbat.

 
Editor7/8/2020 8:53:30 PM
 
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  I'll begin with a thank you to the shaliach!! (only subject)
 
 
Anonymous,3/26/2020 12:10:15 AM
 
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