Now that Rosh Hashana is over are you going back to your old ways?

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    superme
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    Now that Rosh Hashana is over are you going back to your old ways?

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    notedaskan
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    Hopefully not… But I will do whatever it takes to at least keep the change till after Yom Kippur.

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    eclipse
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    We’re not ignoring the question, we’re thinking….

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    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    Each day that I wake up i try hard not to go back to my old ways.

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    WIY
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    Superme

    Let’s hope not. However change is a process it doesn’t happen in a day or even in 10 days.

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    Bookworm120
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    Well, I’m back on the Coffee Room. 🙂

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    147
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    I have already returned to my old ways of not observing Tekias Shofor after Schacharis which I had been performing for an entire month.

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    LevAryeh
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    Except for the past four days, since Erev Rosh Hashana.

    #974234

    If you could say you have (had) different “ways” before – after R”H, the problem isn’t relapsing, it’s that there was never any change in the first place.

    #974235

    SanityIsOverrated
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    Going back to your old self after R”H would be like proclaiming Hashem your King, then not doing your duty as His creation. The holidays are like a step by step process for us. -Elul, realize we’re about to proclaim Hashem our King. -R”H Hashem is who we serve. -AYT with Hashem as our King, we better measure up. He decides our fate based on our behavior. -YK is a day to really cleanse ourselves so we can serve our King better. -Sukkos is where we demonstrate our faith in our King. We live in huts simply because He said so.

    The Creator of the universe is our King! I hope we can measure up.

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