Rabbi Daniel Cohen on How to Create Your Legacy & Change a Life with Kindness
How can you make a difference every single day? Rabbi Daniel Cohen, spiritual mentor, author, motivator, radio host, inspirational speaker, and senior rabbi at the largest modern orthodox synagogue in New England began to explore the meaning of legacy when his mom passed away at an early age. He shares the best thing you can do for your happiness, the two most important days of your life, how you can change the world of one person, and how you can leave your own legacy.
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Look for ways to show up for regular people all the time. We don’t have to change the world, but change the world of one person every day. If there’s somebody who’s in our orbit, it’s an opportunity to really make a difference in their life. It’s the best thing you can do for your own happiness.
No encounter is random. There’s always some new light to be revealed.
Don’t miss an opportunity to do an act of kindness. No act of kindness is lost.
The two most important days of your life are the day when you’re born and the day when you understand why. When you’re in a place to be that messenger, to help somebody feel hope and life and light, you’re going to make a huge difference in the world.
Leading a life of legacy is recognizing that at any moment, any time, any place, we can bridge heaven and earth and really make a significant difference in somebody’s life.
Every morning, thank Gd that you’re alive and for believing in you. Every breath that we take is a gift that Gd is investing in us.
Build a world of kindness. You can’t go wrong. It’s our mission to bring hope in places of despair, light in places of darkness, and bring kindness wherever we go.
All of us are programmed for spiritual greatness. The exact road to get there is unique to us, but at the end of the day, we’re all here to literally help heal the world.