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Guest Post: My kids are my mussar teachers

My friend Sindy has an amazing blog, Mussar for the Masses.  Her posts, based on the mussar she learns with my other friend, Ruchi, are reflective, thoughtful and applicable.  I always come away from her posts with a thought or two (or more) on how I can improve myself.  I’m very happy to have a post over on her blog today.  Hop on over and check it out!

What’s Mussar?

From Sindy’s Facebook page:

Mussar is a path of spiritual practice that developed in the Orthodox Jewish tradition over a thousand years ago.
Mussar begins with the premise that we are all spiritual beings who are capable of climbing our own personal growth ladder. Each of us is endowed with a unique cocktail of character traits that makes us who we are. Through the study and practice of Mussar, we can refine these traits, bring them into balance, and be our best selves.
Neat, right?
Mussar is a path of spiritual practice that developed in the Orthodox Jewish tradition over a thousand years ago.
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Mussar begins with the premise that we are all spiritual beings who are capable of climbing our own personal growth ladder. Each of us is endowed with a unique cocktail of character traits that makes us who we are. Through the study and practice of Mussar, we can refine these traits, bring them into balance, and be our best selves.
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