I remember last year when the light bulb about this first went off. I wouldn't normally point it out, but for two things: I had gone through two interviews and created a workshop. I realized that at my core, I had a need to be immortal. Usually, its just same old, same old, apply makeup, buy more from CVS when I run out and repeat. These questions would swirl around in my head, gnawing at me, as I searched for answers.
This should be done in two ways; both in quantity and quality.
‘Jew Girl’ replaces ‘New Girl’
Check in with each other and ask if they filled in their gratitude journals that day, kept to their gratitude moments, and said authentic thank yous. Each night, before bed think of all the events of your day and look for everything you can thank Hashem for. Now, I had to wait. Unfortunately, many young people today are dealing with this same struggle: When I learned this, I understood something I had been misconstruing for a long time: Article originally printed in FYI Magazine.