Tiferes shebe Tiferes Rabbi Yosef Farhi

Rabbi Yosef Farhi is a well known Rabbi who specializes in helping Jews reach their potential and be the best person they can be. He works with individuals and families in a variety of ways such as coaching​, mentoring, motivational speaking, leading interactive women's chaburas, writing weekly Parsha sheets, authoring blogs and podcasts, teaching effective learning seminars and offering courses in kiruv initiatives. Rabbi Farhi is known for his ability to connect with people and bring out the best in them. Please get to know him athttps://yoseffarhi.com/

Please read this short introduction to Tiferes shebe tiferes prior to watching the media clip

As mentioned in my introduction for the week, Tifferet stands for a lot of things. Among the things that Tifferet stands for, are truth and variety in unity.

The Tifferet of Tifferet video will expound on the value of being honest to yourself why you are in the relationships you are in. What are the underlying reasons for your relationships? What common goals do you have?

Watch this video and discover the truth behind the “glue” that is holding your relationships together, and make your relationships, fail-proof. Because when you focus on the ultimate reason for the relationship, the relationship can survive no matter what what…

Rabbi Farhi "homework" for tiferes shebe tiferes

Step back, and see your relationship as part of a Seder, as part of a whole. Rediscover the reason behind your relationship. Perhaps the purpose of your relationship is for companionship, but not to give. Perhaps what we are seeking in a relationship is a deep sense of connection and love, but not necessarily to give unconditional love. So many relationships failed because they are built off of expectations, and when the expectation fails, the relationship that was dependent on it, also fails.

Today, we are supposed to ask ourselves, if we have any personal agendas in our relationships. Are we being merciful to those who we are being nice to, because we are looking to feel good , or look good, or for the higher purpose of being good.

If you have any questions, comments, and/or concerns, please reach out to me. I appreciate your feedback. rabbiyoseffarhi@gmail.com

Excerpt from Sparks from Berditchov - an Inspirational Guide to Avodas Hashem by Yaakov Klein

When we perform mundane actions with the intention to better serve Hashem, in addition to elevating our actions (including the desires and emotions behind them), we extract the hidden sparks of holiness couched within the food, drink, or any other physical object which helped us reach our goal...

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A practical verbal introspection to help us focus when working on the midda of the day

Thank you Hashem for my life that is my unique opportunity to direct the life force within me that might naturally further conceal You.. Please help me purify my heart. I want to purify my heart so that I sincerely have heartfelt emotions only to fulfill the Torah and emulate You. May these deep emotions be honestly reflected in my speech and deeds so that Torah and the force of Your Lovingkindess are seen and felt in the world. May it be a merit for Klal Yisrael and an acceptable teshuva that fixes what needs to be fixed and that generates eternal life and makes a kiddush Hashem.

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