Below is the first exhibit in the series...
I made it based on a speech from Chevi Garfinkel. She was discussing how in life, we have our ups and our downs... we wish for things to be smooth sailing, straight, no bumps, just stam. But then, we have to realize, if there is no up or down, there is no life. If life is straight, stam, it means you are dead. If you don't rise when you fall, you will never get up. If you don't fall, you will never learn. You must strive to lift yourself up. You must accept your own faults and deficiencies. Mistakes don't break you. They make you. They form you and change you. As Chazal says: Sheva yipol Tzdaik Va'Kum. Seven times a Tzadik will fall and rise.
So sometimes you may fall, stumble, or succumb to the depths, but as long as you reach up, strive for better things and to redeem yourself, you will live.
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