Tuesday, September 19, 2006


When Man desired to fly, two paths lay before him: To create vehicles lighter than air, or to use the air's resistance to his advantage.

In the end, the second path proved more successful.

It turns out that when you wish to fly above, resistance is to your advantage. In fact, it carries you higher than the angels.

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(words and condensation by Tzvi Freeman)


Pragmatician said...

So many dailies, jokes, Halachot, Daf and now daily wisdom!
Who still says that Internet is bad for Haskafah?

pint-sized said...

I like that idea, but resisitence only works to your advantage when you know to push forward, instead of moving with the wind in the wrong direction.

the sabra said...

Internet can be bad for hashkafah? you're jokin! for three years i've been usin the net and havent noticed anything unclean.
(sabra promptly leaves)
(sabra winks to the yemenite n co)

right. the rebbe says 'when you wish to fly above'-you gotta stay focused and only then the wind will be to ur advantage.

kasamba said...

that was beautiful!

the sabra said...

that's my rebbe!