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Experiencing Joy and Gladness: Embracing Our Mission with Baruch Hashem

Experiencing Joy and Gladness: Embracing Our Mission with Baruch Hashem

Experiencing Joy and Gladness of Heart in Our Mission

It's not always easy to feel the simcha and tuv leivov - the joy and gladness of heart. In fact, sometimes it seems almost impossible to grasp these emotions. However, the Rebbe's directive is clear and unambiguous. We must persist in our mission, embracing it with joy and gladness of heart. This is because we are fortunate, baruch Hashem, to be able to do what the Rebbe desires.

The Challenge of Embracing Joy and Gladness

Experiencing joy and gladness of heart doesn't come naturally or easily for everyone. There are times when these feelings seem elusive, almost out of reach. Yet, the Rebbe's directive is for us to continue our mission with these emotions at the forefront of our hearts and minds.

Our Mission and the Rebbe's Directive

The Rebbe has given us a mission, a purpose. It's not just about what we do, but how we do it. We are to approach this mission with joy and gladness of heart. We are blessed, baruch Hashem, to be able to fulfill the Rebbe's wishes in this way.

Final Thoughts

While it may be challenging to always feel joy and gladness of heart, it's important to remember the Rebbe's directive. We are fortunate to have a mission and the ability to fulfill it in a way that brings joy to our hearts. What are your thoughts on this? Do you find it easy or difficult to experience joy and gladness in your daily tasks? Share your thoughts with your friends and encourage them to do the same.

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