More Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

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Revealing Secrets Makes Things Harder to Do
Whoever reveals his secrets, it becomes hard for the thing to actualize.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 62)

Embarrassment From Sins Brings Tzedaka Treatment From Hashem
A person that is embarrassed from his sins, Hashem acts with him in charitable way.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 63)

Tanis Without Daas is Not a Tanis
A fast without knowledge is not a fast. (needs better translation, maybe: A fast that was not premeditated is not counted as a fast).
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 64)

Even Commitment to Tesuva Gets Prayers Accepted
From the time a person commits himself to do Teshuva, his prayers are accepted, even though he did not do the actual Teshuva yet.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 65)

Ask Tzadik to Help Your Teshuva Be Accepted
When you want to do Teshuva, request from the Tzadik that he should bring you inside, in front of Hashem.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 66)

Chesed and Emes Atone Sins
Through kindness and truth, sins are forgiven.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 67)

Requesting Ahavah From Hashem Hides Sins
By asking Hashem that he should give you love, through this Hashem covers up your sins.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 68)

Confessing Sins Prevents Forced Sale of Inheritance
A person that confess his sins will merit that he will not have to sell any of the inheritance he received from his forefathers.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 69)

When Rebuking For Pegam Habris Include Yourself for it to be Accepted
When you rebuke people for not having rectified the sins of their youth (pegam habris), include yourself amongst them and through this your rebuke will be accepted.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 70)

Submission Main Rectifications For Damage Caused by Sins
The main rectification for the flow of a persons sins, is for him to be submissive.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 71)

Rebuke Yourself Each Morning
A person should rebuke himself each morning.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 72)

Avodas Hashem in Youth Worth Many Times Avodah of Old Age
The servitude that a person serves Hashem in his youth, each day is equivalent of many years of servitude in his old age.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 73)

Not Possible to Know if Teshuva was Accepted During Lifetime
It is not possible for a person to know during his lifetime if his repentant's was accepted.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 74)

Starting to Serve Hashem Out of Yiras Tzedek Causes Suffering
This that we see that a person who starts serving Hashem often suffering comes upon him, this is because he started out of fear of righteousness (need better translation).
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 75)

Serve Hashem With Simplicity and Eventually Wisdom Will be Revealed
A person that start to serve hashem, Hashem tells him, "I know that your desire and will is to serve me, but what grantee do I have that tomorrow you will not leave me. If so, how can I bring you close to me just because of the desires that you desire? How will I right away reveal to you the hidden mysteries? Rather do it this way; first love me and fulfil all my commandments, even though you do not understand the meaning behind the Mitzvos. Serve me simply without any knowledge. When you serve me like this multiple times, then I will trust you and reveal to you the reasoning and wisdom of each and every thing. I will then bring you close to me with all sorts of friendship, since the time that you have served me in the past is a guarantee that you will not leave me for sure."
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 76)

Despising Fame a Sign of True Service
A sign that a person want to truly serve Hashem is when he does not desire any fame.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 77)

Minimize Yourself if you do Not Know What Hashem Wants
A person that does not know the path of Hashem should minimize himself.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 78)

Prayer With ??? Brings Forgiveness
Through Prayer (Beshava - needs exact translation ??? ), Hashem will forgive you.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 79)

Lies Prevent Improvement of Actions
Because of lies a person can not improve his actions.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 80)

Disability to Nullify Yetzer Hara Through Bais Medrash Sign of Evil
A person that can not nullify his evil inclination by dragging him the the Bais Medrash, should know that he is still withstanding in his wickedness.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 81)


More Sefer Hamidot on Shmiras Habris

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Reward of Bring Other to Teshuva
A person that brings other people to repent, merits to sits in the heavenly academy and Hashem nullifies decrees for him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 24)

Chalishus Dass Bigger Then Tanis
When a persons mind is humbled (see if there is better translation???) it is bigger then if he had fasted.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 25)

Regretting Sin Atones Other Sins
A person that commit a sin and regrets it, he is forgiven for all his sins.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 26)

Honest Business Transactions Atone For All Sins
A person that does his business transactions with faith, he is forgiven for all his sins.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 27)

Tables Atone Through Hachnasas Urchim
A atones by using it to feed guests.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 29)

Greatness Atones
Greatness atones (see if there is better translation???)
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 30)

Delayed Teshuva Causes Suffering
Sometimes when a person starts repenting suffering comes his way. This is because he procrastinated from repenting until now.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 31)

Sighing Brings Renewal
When a person sighs he become a new creation.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 32)

Ahavas Tzadikim Gives Them Ability To Cause Teshuva
When people like the Tzadikim, the Tzadikim have the ability to make the nation repent.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 33)

Bringing Nation to Repentance Eliminates World Fear and Controversy
In merit of a person that causes the nation to repent, there is no fear or controversy in the world.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 34)

Helping Orphans Brings Wicked of Yisroel to Teshuva
A person that helps orphans, through this he breaks the power of the Nations, and through this break in power the wicked of Israel come back and repent.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 35)

Bringing People to Teshuva Saves From Jail
A person that causes people to repent, is saved from jail.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 36)

Hashem Respects Those Who Cause Teshuva
A person that causes people to repent, is respected in the eyes of Hashem.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 37)

Bringing People to Teshuva Brings International Fame
A person that causes people to repent, will merit to become famous amongst the Nations.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 38)

Causing Wicked to Repent Brings Shmiras Shabbos
A person that causes the wicked to repent will merit to properly observe the Shabbot.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 40)

Causing Wicked to Repent Saves From Snakes
A person that causes the wicked to repent will not be harmed by snakes.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 41)

Properly Mentoring Son of Wicked Nullifies Decrees
When you will teach the son of a wicked person the proper path, through this you will be able to nullify decrees.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 42)

Sheker Strengthens Reshaim
Through falsehood one gives power to the wicked.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 43)

Teshuva With Full Heart Brings Knowledge of Hashem
A person that does Teshuva with all his heart, Hashem gives him a heart to know Him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 44)

Shofar Breaks Yetzer Hara and Brings Teshuva
Through hearing the shofar blowing from a righteous person the evil urge breaks and repentance is awakened in the world.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 45)

Being in Debt is Harmful to Teshuva
A person that wants to repent should be careful not to put himself in debt.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 46)

Loving Tzadikim Enables Bringing Others to Teshuva
A person that loves the Righteous, will be able to bring others to repent.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 47)
Confession Brings Free Love From Hashem and Removes His Anger
A person that confesses, hashem loves him free love and removes from him His anger.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 48)

The Nations Are Near Repentance
The Nations Are Near Repentence
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 49)

Torah Atones
Study of Torah Atones
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 50)

Completion Can be Achieved With Little Actions When on High Level
A person that is holding on a high level, can achieve completion with minor actions.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 51)

Analyze Deeds When Faced With Suffering
When suffering comes to you, analyze your deeds.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 52)

Attempt to do Good Deeds Counts Like Action
A person that wants to do good deeds and he has obstacles, Hashem rewards him as if he did them. However a person that does not do according to his ability, he gets punished for this.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 53)

Mizakeh Harabim Become Partner in Creation
A person that gets the public to do good deeds, becomes a partner with Hashem in Creation.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 54)

Minor Public Mitzvah Outweighs Large Personal Mitzvah
There is no comparison to the Mitzvah that a person does for himself even if it is great, compared to the value of a Mitzvah that bring merits to the public even if it is minor.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 55)

Livelihood, Enemies, Illness and Excessive Wealth Deter From Spiritual Goals
Achieving livelihood, enemies, illness and excessive wealth are the obstacles that prevent a person from reaching completion and the proper goals.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 56)

Damaging Acts Sign of Yetzer Hara's Domination
When you commit an act of damage, that is a sign that the evil urge dominates you.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 57)

Swaying People to Evil Causes Fires
A person that sways his friend from the proper path, a fire will come upon him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 58)

Sitting at River Junction Segulah for Crying
A person that can not cry and wants to, it is auspicious for him to sit in a place where two rivers pour together.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 59)

Causing Teshuva Bring Wisdom
A person that causes people to repent merits wisdom.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 60)

Laziness Hides Path of Teshuva
Through laziness it appears to a person that the path or repentance is hidden from him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 61)