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May 17, 2008

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Micha

This might be related to the point I tried to make in .

The most loving marriage will include fights if it is to be a healthy relationship. People being what we are, require moments of anger in order to support an overall relationship of love and respect. (If your opinion or doings didn't matter to me, they wouldn't anger.)

I think that general rule applies to our relationship to our Creator as well. If we really do feel like His "Hand" plays a role in our lives, how can some events not cause anger?

I believe that Eytan haEzrachi truly wrote words of wisdom (maschil) that show he was a native (ezrachi) of the Torah mindset. Tehillim would be incomplete without them.

-Micha

PS: I posted some comments on older posts. Do you get email notification of them, or am I talking in an empty room?

-Micha

Micha

The URL didn't show in that comment. It's
http://www.aishdas.org/asp/2007/10/angry-at-g-d.shtml

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