(paraphrased from the Talmud)
“G-d won’t ask if you ran a fortune 500 company.
He’ll ask if you made an effort to build a loving home and family.
G-d won’t ask how many baseball games you watched.
He’ll ask how much time you set aside for spiritual growth.
G-d won’t ask how high your salary was.
He’ll ask if you compromised your character to attain it.
G-d won’t ask why you had so many questions.
He’ll ask if you searched for the answers.
G-d won’t ask how many pizzas and burgers you ate.
He’ll ask what you did to perfect the world.
G-d won’t ask why you called Him when things were tough.
He’ll ask if you thanked Him when things were smooth.
G-d won’t ask why you didn’t succeed in solving all the world’s problems.
He’ll ask if you cared for your neighbor.
G-d won’t ask how beautiful you looked.
He’ll ask if you looked for the beauty in others.” --The Talmud
Good luck with your resolution.
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Rabbi Benjy and Hinda Silverman
Chabad of the Rivertowns
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