Interesting, is all.
“The Talmud says there is good and evil inclination in every person… The evil inclination seeks absolute freedom, not to be restrained,” he said.
Twerski warned that we are living in a “culture that demands instant gratification.”
“Kids can’t tolerate the least bit of frustration,” he said. Contemporary culture doesn’t pay attention to consequences, but rather allows an “if it feels good, do it” attitude, according to Twerski.
“The pursuit of happiness has become the pursuit of pleasure,” he said.