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Author   Rabbi Chaim Kramer


The daily grind. Grunt work. Working like a dog. If we view work as a curse, we’ll miss the incredible benefits that it gives us and all of humanity. For starters, it enables us to increase holiness in the world, open the channels of bounty from above, and spread the peace and security of Shabbat our "day off" to the rest of the week.

 

When Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, they were given the curse of work: "By the sweat of your brow, you will eat bread" (Genesis 3:19). Adam sinned and mankind must suffer, from the very beginning of time. God knows the future, so is this what the world was created for? To toil as a curse? Is this God’s way, to punish Adam, an individual, by forcing all his billions and trillions of descendants to slave away at earning a living? Or is there some hidden message in this story? Is there a way to alleviate the pain of this toil? And perhaps most importantly, is there a possibility that work can be transformed into a blessing?

 

In this eye-opening book, Rebbe Nachman takes us all the way back to the Kabbalistic origins of Creation to explore the irresistible appeal of money, the reason everyone must work for it, and the forces that try to prevent us from achieving our goals. He also explains how to stay honest in a world filled with temptations and dishonesty, avoid worry, and budget time and personal obligations as well as finances. Did you ever think of work as a blessing? It is and heres how to enjoy the good life.

 

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