Mrs. Berrah

OUR EGO

Self-Esteem is a characteristic intrinsic to any human, regardless of his faith or religious traditions. Pretend to run a race with a twenty-months old baby boy; he wants to win, and when you let him win, he shouts with joy and claps his hands at himself. Make a Lego or a puzzle with a toddler; …

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SERVICE

Regardless of our faith, we are all part of the service channel.To serve is catering to other people’s needs. For example, a real estate broker, a teacher, or a gatekeeper can serve in their specific field with the same commitment and a joyful heart. A physician is on a mission, a housekeeper, or a banker …

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DO NOT BE AFRAID

 We all run all day long to meet our challenges: -In the early morning, we rush to work. -Later, we rush to pick up our children from school. -We rush to be ready for our family dinner. – We rush on the Internet or on TV to catch up with the latest News. When it …

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ANGER AND MERCY

You could be Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, or practicing no religion at all, we human beings have a hard time forgiving. It is one of the most challenging endeavors, especially when it comes to people closest to us. We suffer a lot for unforgiveness because it closes our hearts to love. Unforgiveness is painful and …

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FORTITUDE

Regardless of our faith, all human beings need the gift of fortitude. Covid -19 did not utter his final words yet. How to live peaceably? We certainly need the fortitude to move toward recovery. When faced with extreme suffering, we need the fortitude to rebuild our strength. We hear some talks about the world being on the brink …

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GRATITUDE

All religions teach gratitude. The concept of gratitude is fundamental in Buddhism; the lack of gratitude is a sign of no integrity. In Islam, most sentences end with the word “Alhamdulilah,” praise to Allah. In the Jewish Faith honoring the Shabbath is paramount. We are prompt to complain about the weather; a recurrent groaning: “it’s …

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THANKSGIVING

Jews, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Believers, non Believers We all wept the two last years for our family and friends, neighbors, country, and the whole world because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some are still petrified, having a hard time moving in any direction. Besides Covid, all kinds of pains; the death of a loved one, for some, …

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