G-d does not conceal his “might” when the Jewish people are persecuted, He reveals it, by controlling His wrath and waiting until the right moment to execute vengeance.In addition, G-d displays His “awesomeness” through the exile of the Jewish people.
Decades later, Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the Bais Hamikdash.
Yermiya reasoned, “Where is Hashem’s awesomeness” in the midst of such concealment and destruction? Similarly, Daniel witnessed the oppression of the Jews in exile and proclaimed, “Where is G-d’s might? However, the men of the Great Assembly perceived reality from a different perspective.
How else could the survival of a helpless nation surrounded by hostile nations be explained?
Therefore, they reinstituted the original praises of “mighty and awesome”. The essence of any one thing is the very core of its existence.
"If I do what you suggest," moaned my friend, "I'll become a Stepford wife." "I'm not suggesting robotic behavior," I countered. To behave appropriately and lovingly requires a lot more thought and effort than to nag and kvetch. Only intelligence and thought lead to a more reasoned and productive approach." Marriage is about men and women working together. The saying "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle" made for cute T-shirts, but lousy marriages.
Appreciating your spouse, giving him respect and showering him with love is the basis of a strong marriage. Please check out Emuna’s new book A Diamond for Your Daughter – A Parent’s Guide to Navigating Shidduchim Effectively, available through Judaica Press Emuna Braverman has a law degree from the University of Toronto and a Masters in in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University.
"Thanks for bathing the kids tonight." Or: "Picking up dinner was a big help." Don't take for granted that these are his jobs and he should just do them. ) try to focus on the tasks he did accomplish and not on the long list of the jobs left undone!
How many stories have I heard of stay-at-home moms whose husbands' hard work has permitted them to make that choice, but who frequently greet him with bitterness rather than gratitude?
The germara (Yoma 69b) explains that the Men of the Great Assembly merited the title “Great” because they restored G-d’s glory to its original greatness.
Originally, Hashem is praised with the words “the great, mighty and awesome”.
Yosef was the embodiment of the divine characteristic of revelation. He wore the brilliant kasones pasim (multi-colored garment). Paroah gave Yosef the name Tzafnas Pa’nayach – literally, the hidden, revealed through the face. The germara relates that Moshe wore simple white garments as he served as Kohen Gadol (high priest) during the seven inaugural days of the Mishkan.