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Parshat V’zot HaBracha: The God of Love

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Intentions are important. One act can be defined as either of two opposite extremes depending on who performed the act and their intentions. Intent is the gateway into the soul of an action, an intimate look at the palette of colors that paints the whole picture — everything from its frame and context to its message and details. Throughout our lives, we dance in tango with God: Hashem. From our failure to our fortune, the one constant is Hashem, either receiving blame or praise but, nevertheless, relevant. In terms of God’s “intentions,” if you will, what we believe about Him can, as Rabbi David Aaron often says, “make or break your faith.”

When we are experiencing immense success, do we wonder why we have it? When life hits a standstill, what does it mean to us? When everything greets a darker shade, who do we blame? Regardless of the situation, we always face........

© The Times of Israel (Blogs)

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