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The Strength of Confession  
  The Strength of Confession  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/10/2016, 21:56
 
A laudable indication of character strength is one's willingness to admit a mistake, and not to hide from it. Hashem regards a person's confession as strength, not weakness...  


Everything in Place  
  Everything in Place  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 9/6/2016, 22:33
 
Rebbe Nachman teaches in Likutei Moharan 35 that according to the Zohar, the meaning of “teshuva” (repentance) is to restore all things to their proper place...  


Daily Payments  
  Daily Payments  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/3/2016, 22:49
 
We certainly don't want to go into Rosh Hashana with an entire ledger of "unpaid spiritual bills". Now is the time to clear ourselves of debt...  


The Greatest Act of Love  
  The Greatest Act of Love  
 
By Pinney Wolman
Update date: 9/1/2016, 12:09
 
What can we do during the month of Elul to not only better ourselves, but to create a climate that's ripe for Moshiach and the full redemption of our people?  


First Step to Ascent  
  First Step to Ascent  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/28/2016, 11:22
 
With Elul almost here, our first priority must be self-correction, for this is the time of year that's so especially conducive for it. Let's take the first step...  


Doing Ourselves a Favor  
  Doing Ourselves a Favor  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/23/2016, 22:21
 
Rebbe Nachman therefore says that the value of personal prayer exceeds all else, for it's the basis of establishing a true, lasting and personal relationship with Hashem...  


Dirt Clods and Potatoes  
  Dirt Clods and Potatoes  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/25/2015, 16:15
 
Elul is a time to make the small adjustments in life that constitute the big difference in serving Hashem. For example, saying Grace after meals with intent can save your life…  


The Cramming Syndrome  
  The Cramming Syndrome  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/11/2016, 01:15
 
Richie and Susan had a fantastic spring semester, with plenty of time for tennis, golf and bike-riding; before they knew it, they faced a final exam in Organic Chemistry 202...  


Pondering Proportionality  
  Pondering Proportionality  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 8/21/2014, 10:59
 
How can anyone stomach the ugly hypocrisy of the United Nations special commission to investigate Israel for war crimes and disproportionate reaction in the recent Gaza War?  


On Being Yourself  
  On Being Yourself  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 8/16/2016, 22:43
 
Although there is a huge necessity within Judaism for brotherhood and unity, a person isn’t meant to throw away his individualism to be part of a group...  


A Drop of Humility  
  A Drop of Humility  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/4/2016, 01:10
 
Who in their right mind would dare exhibit the slightest trace of arrogance while standing in front of the King of King's in judgment on Rosh Hashanah?  


The Ultimate Test  
  The Ultimate Test  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/26/2015, 22:04
 
Yehoyachin’s teshuva and one monumental resistance to temptation made such an impression in Heaven that all the harsh decrees against him were nullified...  


The King in the Field  
  The King in the Field  
 
By the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Update date: 8/15/2015, 23:53
 
In going out to the field in Elul, the King makes himself accessible to His people. It is the people, however, who must take the step of turning to Him...  


The Field and the Palace  
  The Field and the Palace  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/18/2016, 12:02
 
Before a king enters his city, its inhabitants can go out to greet him in the field. At that time, anyone who so desires can speak to the king, not like in the palace...  


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