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Halacha - Halacha lemaaseh
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: Briefly and a little simplisticly, one must know that ultimately his sucess or failure comes from Hashem and not from his actions, but he must also do the actions that would be normal to do under his circumstances so that if Hashem sends him a salvation it will not appear to be a miracle. Emuna does not mean faith that everything will turn out alright, it means belief that whatever happens is the will of Hashem.
posted:2008-04-24 16:19:16


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