Updated: Jun 2
Earlier this week, while I was at work, I started planning a glorious Dvar Torah for this weekend. When it was time to put my ideas on paper, I forgot everything. The story or point I wanted to share did not align with the Parsha, and then the lesson made no sense. I am no stranger to this experience, but it does not make this occurrence less frustrating. I have learned that getting frustrated does not change the situation. Success does not come because I desire to do something but through toil and action.