At this seminar you are going to speak and act with enthusiasm. But even though you might not view yourself as an enthusiastic person, during this day's seminar you can be enthusiastic.At growth and development seminars those attending are willing to try out exercises that stretch their capabilities.However, one should never use a claim of trust in God to condone laziness or rash behavior.There is a thin line between the virtue of trusting in God and the fault of carelessness and irresponsibility. A policeman warns him to evacuate because of a flood warning.So that's why if you want the money, it helps to buy a lottery ticket.Though of course, don't go out and buy a whole stack of tickets.
One way to increase your level of enthusiasm is to view an entire day as an enthusiasm seminar.This is an excellent question and I think there are two answers.First, God wants us to make the effort, not because He needs it, but because we need it. In the Talmud, a scoffer tells Rebbe Akiva: "You shouldn't be helping poor people, because it was God who made them poor, and by helping them you're going against God's plan!At your enthusiasm seminar, view the entire day as part of your doing exercises that will increase your enthusiasm.When you wake up in the morning, as part of your seminar be enthusiastic about being alive and having the entire day as a gift.Since the birth of such a child, God forbid, causes great anguish...it is prudent for all who are considering marriage to undergo this test." (cited in Jewish Observer, May, 1986) Having trust in the Almighty gives a person peace of mind and serenity.Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, of blessed memory, a foremost authority on Jewish law, clarified this point."Although the percentage of infants born with this disease is small and one might be apt to apply the verse: 'You shall trust wholeheartedly in the Almighty,' (which Rashi interprets as meaning that one should not delve into the future), in light of the fact that a simple test has been developed for this, one who does not make use of it is like one who shuts his eyes to what can clearly be seen." Rebbe Akiva answered: "God made poor people precisely in order that we should help them.Helping others is what God wants us to do." So you see, God wants us to make the effort.