Give up your demand for what you are unable to obtain and you will live a happier life. While visiting a community for a lecture, I awoke to a cold, drizzly, dreary day, which only added to my rather depressed spirits at that particular time.As I entered the shul for the morning service, I realized that in this community, where I did not know a single soul, I was not alone. One person asked me if there was anything he could do for me and then invited me to his kosher home for breakfast.No wonder the Talmud stresses the greater efficacy of communal prayer.
But with that very demand, he causes himself much unhappiness.put myself in a position to be of service to people who may be in need.With stories and insights, Rabbi Twerski's new book Twerski on Machzor makes Rosh Hashanah prayers more meaningful. Thus, this is a standard way for most Sixth Rangers to be added into the cast.