We all want to change for the better and be better people. But where do you start? We have so much to deal with.
In the lecture given by Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto in Miami, he referred to his grandfather Baba Sali’s day of celebration, which began earlier this week, and said his main strength was keeping his eyes open.
And so, Rabbi Pinto explained, a person should primarily correct everything about the eye. To look at the world, to look at people, to avoid the sight of foul play, and to become stronger with a positive outlook.
According to Rabbi Pinto, the eye is the main motor of the body. The eye controls thought and action, and this is the main opening of man. Our main focus should be the eye
RYM, Student of Shuva Israel