He said, " I believe this and understand it fully well. The effort involved in every thought and movement when doing something holy is not wasted. "When you want to do something holy, at first you are confused and unsure. You are standing on the balance deciding whether or not to do it, and barriers seem to be springing up on every side. "Then you are worthy of completing the task. Your every movement, your every thought, and even the confusion you had in completing this deed, all are marked for good. They are lifted on high and made
into very holy and exalted things." Fortunate is one who is worthy of breaking down all barriers and completing each holy task. (from Sichot HaRan 11)
David Baruch Wolk was born and raised in America. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in Fine Arts from Amherst College in 1981 and continued onto various post-graduate art programs and schools including Queens College, the New York Studio School, and Yale University, winning several scholarships, honors, praise and encouragement. Building upon a solid classical foundation in drawing and painting,his work began to become more abstract and personal as he focoused all his energies upon developing his artistic response to the contemporary world. In 1986 he moved to Israel where he began studying and practicing Torah. He married, raised a family, and immersed himself in Talmud, and became a scribe specializing in very high-quality tefillin...
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