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Gevurah 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 gevurah shebe tiferes prior to watching the media clip

Introduction to Gevurah shebe Tiferes by Rabbi Yosef Farhi

The Gevurah of Tifferet video will empower you with the tools to set up boundaries in order to develop the beautiful you in your relationships. You will learn the importance of why to say no, when to say no, and how to say no. Watch this video and take control of you choose to exert you energy and effort. By implementing these tools you will be in a place where you will be able to prioritize what is most important in your life and become the person you were meant to be.

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

Rabbi Farhi "homework" for gevurah shebe tiferes

Am I spending my time on what’s most important to me — my most important work, the things that I love, the people I love?
Am I more merciful to strangers than to my own family? If so, why?
Is my mercy a result of me being manipulated through guilt?
Is my attention to others taking away from my own personal needs?
Am I being compassionate with people that I shouldn’t, like Shaul who had mercy on Amalek?
In general, am I giving too much? Or too little?
Is my mercy to one person hurting another person?

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

We must realize that our job as servants of the Master of the world is to reveal G-d's Glory in every event of the human experience, satisfying all areas of our lives and imbuing the world with holiness. Avodas Hashem is all-encompassing, spilling out of the shul and beis midrash and into our every action, no matter how mundane..

Interested in more Sparks from Berditchiv? Click here

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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