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Strangled with StringencyStrangled with Stringency
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
A person is at liberty to add more intent, joy and desire in fulfilling a mitzva; this is of course highly commendable. But, he may not add or detract from the mitzva itself...  [Full article]

The Strong ComebackThe Strong Comeback
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
If a person maintains his joy in life, his setbacks will be short and minor and his ability to recover will be so strong that his setbacks will turn into triumphs...  [Full article]

Private EyesPrivate Eyes
by Racheli Reckles
Imagine all of the things that we wouldn’t do if we were really aware that Hashem and the NSA were recording all of our actions, 24 hours a day...  
[Full article]

Seeing is BelievingSeeing is Believing
by Dr. Jacob Freedman, MD
If we only open our eyes, we see a whole world that overflows with Godliness and such beauty that no human designer could ever conjure, much less create...  [Full article]

Brit and BondBrit and Bond
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
Many people misinterpret the concept of teshuva, or penitence. They think that in order to rectify and atone for sins of the past, they need to cry and be melancholy...  [Full article]

No ShortcutsNo Shortcuts
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
A young man asked me what his first task during these weeks of the Shovevim period should be, and what he should seek to achieve. I told him to start by guarding his eyes...  [Full article]

The Drive to OblivionThe Drive to Oblivion
by Dr. Zev Ballen
The resistance to submitting to G-d leaves people vulnerable to many situations in life that they are not capable of adequately coping with on their own...  [Full article]

Aging in DignityAging in Dignity
by Rabbi Shalom Arush
As long as a person hasn't corrected and uprooted a certain lust, that lust governs him. This is especially true when it comes to the strongest form of lust...  [Full article]

Don't Live on Easy StreetDon't Live on Easy Street
by Rabbi Lazer Brody
Every time a person undergoes a test of faith, overcomes an obstacle in the performance of a mitzvah, or fights against temptation, he or she strengthens their soul...  [Full article]

The Godly ReflectionThe Godly Reflection
by Racheli Reckles
When non-believers get challenges in life, it is purgatory for them, because they see no reason or justification for their tribulations...  [Full article]


 


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