Shmiras Anayim Plugin for Fire Fox

Download the following plug in for Firefox

Then right click on any page and you can easily pull down all the flash and images. When you need to restore them, you right click and you can easily restore them.

This can save the average internet surfer from thousands of impure sights.


True Pity is for Lack of Spirituality

It is very easy to have pity on someone in this physical world. When people see a man that is hungry and thirsty or is undergoing similar suffering, they have great pity on him. Similarly, a person that goes undressed or barefoot, there is great pity on him as well. It is for this reason that the everyone chases after the objects and goals of the physical world.

However someone that has eyes and sees souls after their arrival in the Next World, will have even greater pity on them. In the Next World there are men that go completely undressed and it is impossible to have mercy on them. Here in This World when a man is lacking clothes, it is possible to fundraise charity and create garments for him. However in the Next World it is impossible to help a person that goes undressed. Over there no mercy helps since the only clothing a soul can wear is Torah and Mitzvos and for this no mercy can help.

Still, a person that managed to attach himself to a True Tzadik during his life, can run to this Tzadik and take a garment from him so he may dress himself.
(Sichos Haran 23)

Shmiras Habris Gives Ability to Pray

A person that is Shomer Habris merits prayer. The opposite is also true and a person that is Pogem Habris has his ability to pray taken away from him.
(Kitzur Likutay Moharan Hayashon Torah 2 Clause 1)

Main Yetzer is Only For the Forbidden

A persons Yetzer Hara only desires what is forbidden for him to do.
(Sefer Hamidos, Hirhurim 19)

Location Can Cause Impure Thoughts

When a person sites amongst perverted people or in a place where a perverted act happened, it leads to impure thoughts.
(Sefer Hamidos, Hirhurim 18)

Falsehood Desecrated the Bris

Through falsehood the holy Bris becomes desecrated.
(Sefer Hamidos, Hirhurim 9)