Emunah at Work

Emunah as a Tool for Growth
 Aaron Gordon

Laibel Schwartz x TYH Nation


TYH Nation Presents
Aaron Gordon


Laibel's Take on episode 4:

Being a Yid is about responsibilities. Responsibilities towards Hashem. Responsibilities towards a fellow Yid. And responsibilities towards our children, including the heavy burden of instilling emunah into their hearts — like our parents did to us. All our experiences help sharpen this emunah and bring it into brighter focus so that it can be passed forward to the next generation.

Adam HaRishon was told that “by the sweat of your brow you will eat your bread.” While this may exclusively seem like a curse, our conversation with Aaron helped me realize that it carries with it a tremendous blessing. We all embrace perceptions in our youth of what our emunah and relationship with HKB”H is supposed to look like. But as we face new challenges and go through our personal and professional journeys, we gain clarity and find our own path, one that can then be imbued in those who come after us.




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Emunah is the core of our identity as a nation with 3,000+ years of putting our complete faith in One Above, but nowhere are its inherent challenges and apparent impediments more pertinent than in the realm of parnassah. The role of hishtadlus; coping with failure; the lucky and unlucky breaks; powering through those difficult periods––if you live with emunah, you will truly see emunah at work at your workplace.

In this conversation series, Laibel Schwartz and TYH Nation sits down with business leaders and prominent members of the community to hear how they apply emunah at work and the impact emunah has on their business and personal lives.

Join us on this journey of emunah and success.
Laibel Schwartz x TYH Nation

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or by calling his office at 845-418-2527

Thank you Avraham Kohn and the entire Laibel Schwarz team for making this project happen!


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