Experts Offer Advice for Tough Times
Rabbi Niles GoldsteinHis advice:
- “I’m encouraging people to accept and tolerate this ambiguity in their lives. View life itself as a condition without guarantees, one in which anything can happen to anybody at anytime.”
- “Muscle tissue gets stronger after being broken down. I believe the same is true for our souls. Feeling broken from a crisis opens our hearts and helps us appreciate things we previously took for granted.”
- “I recently urged a single mom who was devastated about being laid off to look at this economic crisis as an opportunity to reinvent herself. She confessed she had always wanted to move out of New York but never could because she was trapped in her well-paying job. Now is the perfect time to tap into your strengths and talents and take your life in a new direction.”
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