Studying Sha’ar HaBitachon, Rabbeinu Bachaya’s “Gate of Trust” ~ the Timeless Torah Book that can teach you to How to Live with Certainty and Discover Tranquility!

Episode #30 ” SATISFACTION” Having concluded mapping the 10 points of superiority and virtues of the Ba’al HaBitachon – the person of True Faith, with that of the proverbial Alchemist, Rabbainu Bachaya now introduces yet another “Torah” advantage possessed only by one who lives with absolute Trust in Hashem.

LET’S FACE IT: or better or for worse, money is on most people’s minds. The big question however is, does having that coveted buying power actually satisfy anyone? Here we will discover that rich or poor, it is only by dint of proper Bitachon that one can find true satisfaction.

The author provides us with a radical and foremost counterintuitive perspective on wealth, charitable giving and our divinely assigned duties and responsibilities. This elevated reconceptualization of affluence and purpose enables People-of-Faith to properly view, appreciate and find satisfaction in their individual measure blessing and success. Whilst Wealth Rarely Satisfies, Bitachon Changes Everything!

These empowering faith-based perspectives are drawn from a pious person’s prayer, and clearly framed by the words of our Sages and illustrated by the biblical wisdom of King Solomon.

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  • Bitachon Is The True Wealth Of A Person

    Bitachon is a cryptocurrency built on the Ethereum Blockchain as a smart-contract ERC token and is Tethered by several assets.


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    bitte schön

    (commonly said in answer to danke schön (“thank you very much”); usually not translated into English) don't mention it, not at all, you're welcome
    (commonly said when offering or returning something; usually not translated into English) would you like?, here you are, thank you
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    (you’re welcome): bitte sehr, gern geschehen