Just an aside: I’ve spent a lot of the last few years focused on politics and the like. Lately, I find myself pretty burned out on that and get much more from lectures by Lazer Brody and other Rabbis than I’ve ever gotten from political and economic podcasts. So, moving forward with my life, I think I need to focus more on this type of thing.
Now, the lecture:
Here’s the description from Breslev Israel: “The classic question people ask is, “How much hishtadlut (effort) must I invest in making a living? Where does one draw the line between emuna and effort?”