Timeless information in a user-friendly format that will enable everyone to improve their relationships. Amidst the horror and grief of the unprecedented tragic events on 9/11 the simple reality was striking. As their lives were coming to a close, what mattered most to everyone was expressing words of love. People called home to spouses, siblings, children, parents and friends to express their final farewells, calling to say, "I love you." Love is something we all seek. How many songs, shows and productions focus on its pursuit? The Torah/Bible teaches, "Love thy neighbor as thyself." What if someone doesn't love himself? Is he exempt from loving his neighbor? How do we bring love to our lives? Where do we begin? The Torah/Bible contains the blueprints. The weekly Torah/Bible portion in this guide provides the resources to recognize behaviors, modify them and benefit. It provides questions as a starting point for meaningful conversation and challenges to ourselves - are we doing all we can to enjoy life to its fullest?
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