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Join us for an eye-opening journey inspired by the teachings of Rav Avigdor Miller ztz”l, revered rosh yeshivah of Beis Yisrael Torah Center in Brooklyn, New York. Rav Avigdor Miller passionately taught his many talmidim to recognize and appreciate the chesed Hashem put in every facet of This World. This mitzvah has the power to transform our avodas Hashem and to change our perspective on life.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Did you ever try to make an original candy recipe? Tinkered around with sugars, flavors, and shapes? It might have been fun, but it certainly was a project! And your finished product — delicious as it may have been — had none of the depth of flavor, the burst of color, or the intensity of texture as any of our world’s luscious fruits. This world is a gift. Wherever you look, we see a surge of goodness, a torrent of Hashem’s greatness. Everywhere. Every day. Every place. If we look for it! But we must look because this is why Hashem designed all these delights — so that we recognize Hashem’s kindnesses and thank Him for them.

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