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Life Is Like A Video Game


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This concept is applicable to us. The various life challenges we are presented with are a significant tool in our development. If we feel a sense of dread and anxiety as we face them, then it is time for us to ask ourselves: Who runs the world? The more we come to understand that Hashem is always present, controlling every situation, the more we feel a sense of calm security. Ultimately, our job is to be able to see the threats for what they are: mere bluffs – video games to challenge us to grow.

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Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier

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