From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – In certain situations

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In certain situations we belong to the world; in others we belong to ourselves. We must learn to distinguish between these situations so that by acting in accordance with what we are at the time, we may make maximum use of ourselves. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein  

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – We find out who our real friends

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We find out who our real friends are when we forget to send them an invitation. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein    

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – Sometimes we are better

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Sometimes we are better off when things are going badly than not particularly well; for in the first instance, we generally undertake to straighten things out, whereas in the second, we often wait for them to straighten themselves out. It is easier to solve a big problem by working at it than a small one

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – Advice is like a drug.

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Advice is like a drug. We cannot think only in terms of giving it, as most people do; we must consider also how it will be taken by the particular person to whom we are giving it, something which most givers of advice never consider. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – Why is it that thinking is not

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Why is it that thinking is not considered as important a release as emoting? Why do we assume that only the heart and not the brain need release? From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein  

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – G-d causes events

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G-d causes events to coincide, and we call them “coincidences”. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein  

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – The prime prerequisite

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The prime prerequisite of an open mind is a closed mouth. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein  

Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Tzanz

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Before I begin to recite my prayers, I pray to be able to pray. – Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Tzanz  

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – There are two types of sheltered

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There are two types of sheltered existences, one good. the other bad. The first is being sheltered from the rain; the second, from a knowledge of the rain’s existence. From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein  

From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein – Before we ask ourselves what can be done

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Before we ask ourselves what can be done under the circumstances, we must ask ourselves whether we might not be able to change them. – From A Candle by Day by Rabbi Shraga Silverstein

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