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Malchut 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 Malchut shebe tiferes prior to watching the media clip

Malchut reflects everything like a mirror image, like the moon reflects the light of the sun. It is about recognizing that everything in life is ruled by G-d. Kabbalah parallels Malchut to the personage of King David. Although in the map of the Sefirot it is below them all, because it is the receiver, it also corresponds the mouth, speech and prayer.

Watch the Malchut of Tifferet video and learn an interesting lesson in interpersonal relationships. I call it the Power of Anyway.

Rabbi Farhi "homework" for yesod shebe tiferes

Look for the areas in life where you can be a genuine giver, helping others, without any agenda of receiving back. Here is the list of the Orchot Tzaddikim, of the 20 ingredients to be successful in our relationships. All of these 20 have a powerful ripple effect, all produce endless ramifications in your interpersonal relationships.

Lending (safely) 2. Giving presents (even to the rich) 3. Helping 4. Forgiving 5. Behaving with honesty 6. Giving of your time, patience and/or empathy 7. Not being a taker 8. Speaking calmly 9. Not revenging your disgrace, or mistakes of others 10. Being responsible for others 11. Not expecting others to be responsible for you 12. Not being argumentative. 13. Greeting people with a pleasant face, showing that you are happy to see them 14. Caring and sincerely asking others how they are doing 15. Offering consolation to others for their frustrations and fears 16. Keeping confidential matters to yourself 17. Not speaking badly about others 18. Judging favorably 19. Not being haughty, and 20. Do whatever you do, with intention of serving G-d. (Orchot Tzaddikim; Ahava;ובאיזה דרך )

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

A Helping Hand: When we merit success in our avodas Hashem, we must use the clarity we have attained to share the light with others, doing our part to help all those searching souls finally discover that which they so desperately seek..

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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