Torah Guidance: Are There Degrees in Suffering and What About Someone Who Doesn’t Suffer?
Until where is the minimum limit of suffering? What is the least amount of pain that is included in the definition of suffering? Rabbi Elazar says: Anyone for whom they wove a garment to wear and the garment does not suit him,…Torah Guidance: How Can It Be, a Child That Hasn’t Sinned, a Child Snatched From the World?
Torah Guidance: How can it be, a child that hasn’t sinned, suffering from a fatal illness (God forbid); a child snatched from the world? A possible understanding is because he needed to correct something specific from a previous incarnation, and when he completed that (‘tikun’), he returns to his dwelling in the upper world. These souls (‘neshamos’) that come back to this world did very few sins in a prior incarnation.If a Person Transgressed, Is There Any Way to Avoid the Afflictions?
Torah Guidance: If a person transgressed [a sin that warrants] excision or a death penalty from the court and he does repent. Since his iniquity is not absolved without afflictions, is there any way to avoid the afflictions?Torah Guidance: Dreams and Their Meanings
Torah Guidance: Dreams and their Meanings Three dreams come true. A morning dream, a dream that one fellow had about him and a dream that was interpreted inside the dream; and some say even a dream that was repeated. If one who sees a dream and his soul grieves, he should tell it (over) in the presence of three people that love him.Wise Words of Confucius
Confucius, 551-479 BCE, was a Chinese philosopher and politician who was considered one of the most influential persons in human history. His teachings and philosophy are the foundation of East Asian society and culture. Below we list some of his words of wisdom.