May 8, 2014

Sefer Yom Leyom, Yom Tov

Filed under: Blog Torah,Sefer Yom Lyom — Reb Moshe @ 7:55 pm

Sefer Yom Leyom, Yom Tov

1. The joy one observes Yom Tov with brings him fulfillment for months to come
2. We learn from our observation of Yom Tov, Emunah, faith
3. The more you prepare and are excited for Yom Tov, the more Dvekus to Hashem you will have during the holiday.
4. When Moshiach comes, every day will feel like Shabbos and Yom Tov.
5. The study of Torah on a Yom Tov is worth many days of normal study.
6. Being near family during Yom Tov, brings extra blessing to everyone’s festival.
7. Glorify your Yom Tov with extra food and the most tastist dishes. Go beyond the normal expectations and be glamorous.
8. If the children relate to Yom Tov with presents, then buy them something special.
9. Should you hold back unnecessarily in your observance and preparation for Yom Tov, so will Hashem hold back some of the light you were otherwise entitled too.
10. The glory of Hashem can be seen during Yomim Tovim
11. The wise are able to see the same holy light during Chol Hamoed as they see during Yom Tov itself.
12. Don’t get lost in traveling and road trips during Chol Hamoed, all the while loosing this precious time for a higher level of prayer and Torah study.
13. If you find yourself sad during Yom Tov, it is because you haven’t cleared all your sins and Hashem desires your repentance so He can shire more light upon you.
14. Be careful to work only if absolutely necessary during Chol Hamoed and even then, be careful to have your heart connected to the Yom Tov rather then business.
15. If you have a choice, do the preparations for Yom Tov yourself, even if it means cleaning floors and tedious chores. You will get all the time back.
16. Think only joyful and holy thoughts during Yom Tov.
17. Following Yom Tov, you might feel a strong pressure to sin and become depressed. This is because you weren’t joyful enough during the holiday.
18. If you open your home to others on Yom Tov, Hashem will open up his storehouses of blessing and holiness in return.

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