Personal growth starts when a person stops thinking about themselves.
Never delay taking the first action step, a project that never starts, never succeeds.
Experience breeds appreciation and so God often places obstacles on the path to help us value the goal.
Hillel used to say: A savage man cannot fear sin; an ignorant man cannot be pious, nor can the shy man learn, or the impatient man teach. (Ethics of the Fathers 2:6)
It is not who you know that really matters, but how well you treat those you know.
Being part of a community means there is always someone there to pick you up or push you forward.
Following religion allows you to spend your life on the path to God instead of seeking that path.
If you have not taken time to contemplate the events of your day, you have learned nothing from it.
To be a teacher to any one you must first learn to be a student of everyone.
Silence is not caring, but the loudest words are deeds.