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On Thanksgiving Eve, Confessions of an Ingrate
As a young adult I got deeply touched when introduced to the simple recipe our Talmud offers for inner wealth: “Who is the rich man? One who takes pleasure in what he has.”
As someone who had felt plagued by an eye for what was missing in life, I had come to the distressing conclusion that I simply lacked some happiness muscle that others seemed to have no problem flexing.
“It’s ‘two plus two equals four,’” my teachers in yeshiva explained with conviction. “If you focus on what you don’t have, you will feel impoverished. If you focus on what you do have, at some point you’ll feel your riches. It’s just the way life works.”
Despite years of what seemed like innate unhappiness, something clicked: I believed them. Filled with conviction that this law applied to me, too, I got to work. MORE