To correct us: yāsar יָסַר, noun of mûsār מוּסָר, implies a change of attitude, a Tikún that, as a personal process, calls us to recognize our mistakes in other to change, considering the guidance of our Creator.
Contributing to the repair of the world Tikún Olam, תיקון עולם, means reviewing our traditions and relationships very well to stop acting against His precepts and commands.
Today’s quotes tell us that “the pain as a calling, we turn it into suffering when we persist in not changing”.
Paying attention to the teachings of the Jewish people is to train our new generation in Halajá הֲלָכָה: healthy and good biblical traditions.
Remember, regularly when we don’t think what we say, we express what we feel.
If Limloj למלוך, selfish desires, reign in our hearts, it is necessary to review this and understand the need to purify ourselves.
Josias יאשיהו, whom the Creator helps, calls us to understand the importance of correction and assuming the importance of giving, of being useful, instead of expecting to receive more than what has already been given.
2 Timothy 3:16 “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.”
Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!