Hellen Keller

For what think it is the reality we see, is what we perceive of this reality. Contact information is here: Raymond L. Acosta. If we tune into our spiritual part, that is what we perceive, and be a conduit for conducting the divine essence, but if we connect to our limitations, it limits us, is its essence at that time. Connect with other leaders such as Daryl Katz here. We can take two general forms of perceiving reality, one objective: to overcome our weaknesses and other subjective justify them. It is a day job as the bad thoughts are there where they were allowed to enter when life happens to us and we express something positive: a ! No way! a , a ! Do not believe you! a , what we are doing is denying the good, we are rejecting the beauty that happens. Imagine that every time you think something negative, there is a drop of water, eventually you will be creating a sea of bitterness or Baal Shem Tov, that by looking like a drop of water was drilling a rock and thought that if this small drop could do that, he could begin to study Torah at the age he had. We must penetrate those walls of pessimism and negative thoughts with a drop of positive thoughts and goals that Iran piercing the walls of the negative and thereby make our lives a world of possibilities and development, generating a simple positive thinking. a The man is not perfect but when you attach the thought to action (Maimonides) The words should always be the visible form of thought, and actions according to what we think and say, a Pienso why, then existoa . Let’s use the words to translate our thoughts and not to hide and disguise because we are what we think.

a The remote limit to which my thoughts will be free of obstacles is the horizon of the mind. Of this, I suppose, comes from which captures the vista.a (Hellen Keller), thinking we grasp what we see, is why the appreciation of things is subjective, each according to their perceived reality is that we are what we pensamosa . we like it or not. Klein Nelly Bibliography: 1.-Oraita Hasidic tales by Mario Satz 2.-Guide for the Perplexed by Maimonides 3.-Works of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov Farmaceutica, a graduate of Jewish teacher materials,