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Amazing statistic: How much are we controlled by our genes? - Walla! Judaism


In his last lesson, Rabbi Yosiah Pinto cited a fascinating statistic that sheds light on the hidden world of man. Watch his full words

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Do we have a choice about our actions or do the genes and DNA we received from our parents determine our destiny?

The Rebbe Rabbi Yosiah Pinto quoted in his last lesson a fascinating statistic that sheds light on the hidden world of man.

According to Rabbi Pinto, "Only one third of a person's power is influenced by the genes, another two thirds are in the hands of the person himself.

Also a person who has bad genes of depression, of sadness, of mental sorrow.

The genes take up only one third of a person's life, two thirds is the person's society and the person's reality." "

Even if in your nature you are a depressed person, a nervous person, a person of arguments, a person of bad things, it will only take up a third of you.

The rest is up to you," Rabbi Pinto added, in his words, "If you put the holy Torah in your life, learn Torah lessons - then you subdue every bad measure that you have.

And this is the power of the Holy Torah, that it subdues everything that is not good in man."

Continuing his remarks in the class held at his home in Bravat, Rabbi Pinto said that "there are many people with hats, suits and beards, who study Torah - but do not delve into it and do not apply it. One should study and maintain, study and delve."

David Berger, in collaboration with Shuba Israel

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