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The great illusion of life: How do you maintain a successful relationship? - Walla! Judaism

2020-11-30T18:03:26.580Z

What is the secret of success between spouses or between partners and businesses? Get a tip from the Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto, head of the patriarchal tribunals in Morocco



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The great illusion of life: How do you maintain a successful relationship?

What is the secret of success between spouses or between partners and businesses?

Get a tip from the Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto, head of the patriarchal tribunals in Morocco

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Admor Rabbi Pinto, head of the fathers of courts in Morocco, often speaks his lessons on life itself: relationships, success and even businesses. At the end, one element to the success of all - reading a map in a healthy and correct and guide expectations.



In one of his lessons last addressed Pinto partnership between Friends or between spouses and talked about the illusion, which usually shatters to pieces



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Then the couple approaches the wedding or the friends for the partnership, and day by day things are revealed that do not work out for the person in his mind.

On the one hand, one is disturbed by the over-diligence of the first, and the other is disturbed by indifference and so on and so forth.



And here in one moment the whole building that seemed to be built for Talpiot is facing destruction, and great hope is about to go down the drain.

Here man needs to know a great element: there is no couple in the world and no perfect partnership.

Every person has good things in some way, and secondly less so and so on.

How do partners exist when they do not like some things the other does and vice versa?

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Reaching the years when one will complement the other in everything and anything - there is no such reality in the world, and it is a dream and an illusion, neither realistic nor real.

A person should mark for him important foundations, main anchors in his life that are the things he believes in, the ones that will help him reach spiritual attainments.



And when a person has these particular anchors, in them he will be caught and on them he will build love and friendship and wholeness.

And from the other things he will learn to ignore and diminish them, that they will not occupy a wide place in his life, for it is the advice of the evil instinct to be caught up in the marginal things and build from them the essence, and to dismantle and destroy every good part.

He will focus mainly on his life and in them he will build the main thing, the love and brotherhood.



But if a person loses the main anchors of his life, it is a situation in which a person must not bleed and lose the foundations and principles of the mind.

He will go to his masters, to trace the soul, and what is healthy and good for him, to his soul and spirit, that he will not sink into the abyss of despair, the depths and sorrow, because there is nothing harder than that.

For every sick evil comes to man when his soul is tormented, and does not live his truth and lives a life of pleasing others, and lives the life of all but the life of the same man - he brings near his death in severe anguish and mental pain.



Rabbi Pinto explains: What happens to a person who is afraid of the corona?



From the teachings of Rabbi Pinto: He escaped death, but all his property was taken.

So how did he still succeed in life?

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