2. Once there was a King who would go to paupers and distribute money and see how they’re doing – and one would always say, “whatever someone does, he does for himself” – this angered the King very much – he felt him to be ungrateful – so he gave him a chicken with poison inside- and once again the man said, “whatever someone does he does for himself” – turns out he decided to hold the chicken for a bit and the King’s son was on a hunting trip, and he got lost, and he was tired and he made his way to this poor man’s home who wished to give him some of this chicken but the people with him said let us first have it tasted – and it turned out that it had poison – so they took him to the King, and he told the King that “You were the one who gave me this chicken” the King said “it is true – whatever one does, one does to themselves.”
Rabbi Zevi Wineberg – author of over forty Jewish Inspirational books and Blogger on Kabbalahwisdom / Lacademyoflife.org
- New Soul Short #24
- Whose desires do you seek to fulfill
- Our goal in life is to do our best to help others be their best
- Never forget, any good that ever came your way, from your parents, from God, ironically even from yourself, is a gift – the body would like to think that whatever comes its way, makes it entitled – actually it should make it grateful❤️🥰🙏
- The goal of life is to both be strong in your convictions, and sensitive towards everyone – only if you do these 2 things, are you righteous.
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