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a bit similar to "no pain, no gain." On change, I like the quote, "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."
the comfort in growth is the knowledge that you're growing...
Like emotional growing pains.
Ezzie, in one of this week's Jewish publication, one woman g(who is a giyores) writes:"G-d has a monopoly on the Jews, but the Jews don't have a monopoly on G-d. "I loved it - a feeling of love from all humanity towards G-d, and even more importantly - that Hashem is kind and good to all His creatures and cares for them lovingly. When they suffer in Tsunamis, He cares. When they suffer in hunger, He suffers with His creations.May we be reminded to look not only at our bretheren, but to open our eyes, look past ourselves with love for all of humanity. Follow in His ways.