Miracles occurred this Pesach; they continue to happen for my husband and me. Several involved financial matters, as we met with a helpful, caring family member about our finances. We realized we were underemployed and resolved to work extra hours at existing jobs while looking for additional opportunities.
Thereafter, seemingly out of the blue, my husband was offered a summer job that we needed because his usual work does not encompass the summer. I was and am able to schedule extra hours into my workday. And then one night, b’chatzos halaylah, my husband was wondering aloud how he could find a job where he could earn money while working on the computer. A few minutes later he received a call from a rabbi who asked for his help in a spiritual business endeavor, for which he would need to use his computer. Without much effort on our part, we gained additional income.
Hashem always takes good care of all of His children. It’s almost tangible. Can you feel it? Anonymous
Thank you for your inspiring letter. The most beneficial thing for people to do when they feel upset is to give, as you have, and to try helping others. May we all be zocheh to nissim geluyim and the coming of Mashiach. Hatzlachah!
About the Author: Dr. Yael Respler is a psychotherapist in private practice who provides marital, dating and family counseling. Dr. Respler also deals with problems relating to marital intimacy. Letters may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule an appointment, please call 917-751-4887. Dr. Orit Respler-Herman, a child psychologist, co-authors this column and is now in private practice providing complete pychological evaluations as well as child and adolescent therapy. She can be reached at 917-679-1612. Previous columns can be viewed at www.jewishpress.com and archives of Dr. Respler’s radio shows can be found at www.dryaelrespler.com.
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