The 10 things that go without saying

1. Normal people that can be vulnerable – if you treat them with love, they will get the feeling that you love them – and they will love you in return; if you don’t give love to them, then they will not love you in return – if you are mean to them, they will hate you; and depending on their personality type either take vengeance immediately, passive aggressively do it later, or just cut you out of their life.

2. As is obvious, if the Creator of this entire virtual reality has a suggestion, it is infinitely valuable to take!

3. The Creator told us, apart from the general 613 Commandments for Jews and seven Noahide Commandments for gentiles, that there is a Rebbe / Moses of every generation, and His wisdom comes directly from the Creator – in our generation it is the Rebbe who stood for many things:

1. He stood for universal love and kindness.

2. He stood for dedicating Our lives to doing the will of God.

3. He stood for fulfilling God’s Commandments.

4. He stood for having an imminent belief, in the imminent arrival of the Messiah.

5. He stood for the vital importance of moral education, namely the above-mentioned principles based on the fact that God obligates us – for unless the principles of morality are based on God, they are too flimsy to stand.

6. He stood for the power of positivity.

7. Last but not least, He stood for the power of thinking big, doing big, and never being afraid.


There are five ways to look at others – the first in a naive child way, that everybody is perfect! (in this fallacy, when others hate (especially us) it must be that they are right – this is where we see the calisthenics to justify all forms of hate (be it antisemitsm, anti-wealth etc.) – the other, in an angry and fearful way, that everybody is a bunch of crooks – however the true way to look at people is we distinguish between the behavior a person makes, and the potential a person has


Michael Gerber is one of the top business gurus and when he was first hired he immediately said, that what is necessary to succeed is to have a system – he eventually, through the joy and genuineness that he experienced in Chabad became a religious Jew – and he says, that there is only one perfect system, which will be revealed by God – so when you do understand the perfect system, which quite simply is, that all humanity, everything, is imperfect – and God is the only perfection of goodness in our and all realms – then when you can have the ability to act on that, you have a perfect system