May 22, 2006

Hardest test in the world

Filed under: deep reflections — Reb Moshe @ 2:42 am

Rav Aharon Rott says that through the struggles of parnasa a person is saved from gehenim. The gemarah says that shalom bayis problems stem mostly because of the struggles of making a living. I think a mans worst fear is his not being able to support his family. It is truly the greatest test. It can cause the most disaster. At the same time though, with emunah, faith in Hashem… it can bring a person to the highest of levels.

So this blog is just to give friendly support too all those struggling with this great task.

1 Comment

  1. I wish I was in a position to help more.

    If it means anything, your sacrifices change lives. I know that is true in my case. It is so hard knowing that you are going through these troubles. I am sure many of your students would agree that it is difficult seeing you as a flesh and blood human being. For us, you and your family are our bastion of strength. Your example is the one we all aspire to. It is hard to accept that you also face the same challenges we all do.

    Your family’s strength is a blessing upon all that come to you for help. I know that Hashem will illuminate your path as you you have illuminated the path for us. I offer a blessing that everything you wish for your fellow jew should be bestowed upon you and your mishpacha.

    Thank you for all your efforts. Please believe those efforts are not in veign.

    Bashana Haba B’Yerushalayim

    Yosef Leib

    Comment by Jimmy — May 22, 2006 @ 3:40 am

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