The Matzav Shmoooze: Learning, Working

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yeshiva-learningDear Editor,

I want a boy who is learning…
Learning from his mistakes…
Learning from the mistakes of others…
Learning how to give without expecting anything in return…
Learning how to forgive others for their shortcomings…
Learning how to find true emes in a world brimming with sheker
Learning how to take no for an answer…
Learning how to accept the will of Hashem when life gets stormy…
Learning how to utilize the tools Hashem gave him to become a better eved Hashem
Learning how to find good in the frustrating nuances that happen throughout his day…
Learning how to grow and become a better him.
I want a boy who is working…
Working towards a greater goal…
Working on his middos a little bit more each day…
Working on strengthening his relationships with his rabbeim
Working on improving his relationships with his family and friends…
Working on deepening his connection to Hakadosh Boruch Hu daily…
Working on giving life all he’s got…
Working on thanking Hashem for all the little things in life…
Working on finding hashgochas Hashem in everything that happens to him throughout his day…
Working to overcome his natural negative tendencies…
Working on bringing Moshiach closer every day…
Working on growing and becoming a better him.

This is the person I want to marry.
Just learning? Only working? Forget that idea. I want both.

Name Withheld

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11 COMMENTS

  1. When you realize that shidduchim is not about what you can get but about what you can give then you’ll find the one.

  2. You are one lucky girl and so is your perfect husband-to-be. OTOH we ordinary people may have to seek a spouse who has enough shortcomings that he/she is going to be willing to overlook our own.

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