Taking The Rough With The Smooth
What does the phrase, taking the rough with the smooth conjure up in your mind?
Here is a story I heard from a rabbi Tatz in Jerusalem a few of years ago. It goes like this.
Fred moves in to an apartment building. He has been there a few days when he hears a knock at the door.
In my mind it conjures up the idea of accepting bad times as well as good. Or as accepting the bad parts of something as well as the good parts.Read more at www.nomorepencils.com
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