The Chafetz Chaim once said that the telephone was invented to teach us that what is said here can be heard there. When a person speaks lashon hara or uses bad language, it’s all heard “up there.” A train teaches us the value of time. If you arrive a second late you’ve missed it. A telegram teaches us that every word counts. Credit cards also impart a valuable lesson. In life, you can get anything you want, but eventually you’ll have to pay for it.
Read More: @ naalehupdate.wordpress.com
You might also like: