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Why was Noah's first decision to plant a vineyard after the flood a big mistake - causing serious repercussions that we still feel today? On the other hand what would happen if theÂ mistakes we make turn out to be 'positive'? Could such 'good' also bring about improvements in other peoples lives? Hear a valuable lesson on 'not worrying' so much about first developing your potential capabilities or talents - and just make whatever contribution you can and appreciate being part of history in the making.
In a seemingly suicidal battle against four kings and their fierce armies, Avraham and his servant challenged all of them to rescue his nephew from captivity. How could Avraham, a master of logic make such a decision that clearly defies sanity? Rabbi Weinberg uncovers a deep life lesson here to inspire us to know what we are living for, and also how and why to make our best possible effort %u2013 even if we feel the cards are totally stacked against us.
How do we react when we witness an accident, or see people we know distantly in need? All to often we fall into the rubbernecking syndrome Â– we stop, stare, and then go merrily on our way. We need to push ourselves to help, and of course, to pray. After all, everyone is a human being, just like us. Avraham teaches an age-old lesson about caring for others in his example of praying for Sodom that we would do well to learn from.
The Bnei Cheit are mentioned ten times in the Torah when Avraham was wrangling with them to buy a burial plot for his wife Sarah. Why were these people, who were of little note in the spectrum of human history put into the limelight? Be inspired to see how history is truly being made as we live, and how you can realistically seize an opportunity to change the world.
Yosef's brothers were speechless and mortified when he revealed himself to them. How could they have missed so many telling signs? Rav Noah makes a powerful point on just how easily we constantly deceive ourselves by ignoring messages sent to us in so many obvious ways.