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Internalize and Integrate - My Personal Rav

Internalize and Integrate

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Take possession of your Torah knowledge. Make it a part of you

Everyone knows that it isn’t enough just to learn Torah, we must also internalize it and integrate it into our lives.

The Torah says

“And you shall know today and you shall integrate it into your heart and you being that Hashem is the master in the heavens above and on the earth below, there is no other”

(Devarim 4:39)

Rav Shlomo Wolbe zt”l teaches in Alei Shur:

“Of the most fundamental aspects of our work in Torah is to make sure we leave no separation of any kind between thought and deed, between intellect and emotion, between obligation and fulfillment. There have been many great thinkers in human history who fathomed tremendously deep ideas and many who established moral and ethical principles. But there is a wide gaping schism between the theory and the fulfillment, even amongst those thinkers themselves (all the more so by those who then tried to understand their ideas). This is not the case in our Torah and the great ones who embrace it. To them any such schism is considered a serious impediment‚Ķ True Torah wisdom demands that our actions should be done with the greatest degree of perfection possible, a mitzvah according to its specifically proscribed details with a full harnessing of our emotional reality and while accompanied by mental focus and mindfulness as well”

In my years of teaching I have seen countless times that people struggle with internalization and integration of their learning. If you recognize this challenge and you want to do something about it I can help you.Here are some of the things I can help you achieve in this area:

  • A personalized approach to growth and development
  • Daas Torah and good council
  • Halachik formulation and guidance

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