Sunday, September 18, 2016


Nice piece of wisdom, not necessarily about TIDE, except that Torah Im Derech Eretz involves getting out into the world and taking advantage of opportunities is a big piece of that.

"When opportunity knocks, answer – you may not get a second chance. Or to quote the language of our Sages “a closed door does not easily [re]open.” (Bava Kamma 80b) One must always be ready to immediately take advantage of opportunities that present themselves. My father z”l would often say that Mazal, can be read as an acronym for makom, place, zman, time and laasot, doing. Being in the right place at the right time is not enough, one must then “do” to have mazal. While there is a time for “due diligence” there are times when such must and should be dispensed with. The key to success is knowing the proper time for each."

Jay Kelman

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