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  • #590417

    APushetaYid
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    what did u take apon yourself for this new year?

    any ideas may be helpfull

    THANKS

    #693332

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    I took upon myself the following:

    – To be more understanding of my fellow man

    – To think twice before I speak (or write)

    – To try to put myself in my fellow person’s shoes before I judge (if I do so at all)

    – To think more of others before myself

    – To hold others in higher esteem than I hold myself

    – To speak respectfully to others, regardless of their station in life.

    The Wolf

    #693333

    mepal
    Member

    – To try to put myself in my fellow person’s shoes before I judge (if I do so at all)

    Subconsciously, we are always judging.

    #693334

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    mepal,

    Perhaps… but that doesn’t mean we can’t try to limit it as much as possible.

    The Wolf

    #693335

    mepal
    Member

    For sure. I was just commenting on the (if I do so at all) part.

    #693336

    squeak
    Participant

    On my list, I put “agree with Wolf more”, seeing how I fulfilled that today.

    I always list my goals at the end of the year, that way I can be sure I have met them.

    #693337

    kapusta
    Participant

    bl’n try to have something in mind for a change when I make a bracha.

    *kapusta*

    #693338

    Hello Kitty
    Member

    Any ideas?

    #693339

    simcha

    Anava

    Shmiras Halashon

    Kavana betfilla (specific one)

    There’s SO much that needs to be improved upon, the question is WHICH one? I know of someone who kept slipping up with bracha achrona. They said it was so small but it felt a world of a difference that they have improved in some way. Try to pick something that’s a reasonable goal for yourself.

    #693340

    rosh chabura
    Member

    to spend less time in the coffee room and more time in the bais medrash

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