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Three Weeks: The Equal and OppositeThree Weeks: The Equal and Opposite
by Rabbi Lazer Brody
The stronger the recoil, the greater the forward thrust. The lower the descent, the greater the subsequent ascent. This is probably the greatest encouragement we have...  [Full article]

Three Weeks: Covenant of PeaceThree Weeks: Covenant of Peace
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
The jealousy and competition between groups, when each claims that his particular group or community is the master of the truth, is far away from true service of Hashem...  [Full article]

Three Weeks: Exile and the DoveThree Weeks: Exile and the Dove
by Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Here, in Israel, we know we're in exile. We can feel it. The worst exile is the one you donít feel, for that means you've lost touch with Jewish destiny.  [Full article]

Three Weeks: The Pitfall of PerceptionThree Weeks: The Pitfall of Perception
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
Arrogance is when a person expects the world to function according to his logic; as such, even people of the highest intelligence are liable to make grave mistakes...  [Full article]

Three Weeks: Bookworm in the MikvaThree Weeks: Bookworm in the Mikva
by Rabbi Lazer Brody
I couldn't believe it. There he was, sitting on the bench in the corner of the communal dressing/undressing area in the mikva, reading a book and impervious to the whole world...  [Full article]

Shavuot: Receiving Your TorahShavuot: Receiving Your Torah
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
Rebbe Natan teaches that any person can receive his personal Torah any day he wishes, even every day! Like Moses, he ascends his own mountain...  [Full article]

Shavuot: Why Torah?Shavuot: Why Torah?
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
On Shavuot, we receive the Torah and renew our connection with Torah. A person might ask, 'Isn't it sufficient to be a good person? Who needs Torah?'  [Full article]

Sefirat HaOmer: Lag B'OmerSefirat HaOmer: Lag B'Omer
by L. Katz

Lag means 33. On the 33rd day of the Counting of the Omer (Lag B'Omer), we stop our mourning for the day...  [Full article]

Sefirat HaOmer: Count on Rebbe Shimon!Sefirat HaOmer: Count on Rebbe Shimon!
by Rabbi Lazer Brody
Why do hundreds of thousands of people frequent Rebbe Shimon Bar Yochai's holy gravesite in Meron every Lag B'Omer? They have someone to count on...  [Full article]

Yom HaShoah: The White Angel of AuschwitzYom HaShoah: The White Angel of Auschwitz
by Joseph Friedenson
I began checking one infirmary barrack after another. Everyone knew the name Orlean, but no one knew where she could be found...  [Full article]


 


 
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