19 Tamuz 5775 / Monday, July 06, 2015 | Torah Reading: Pinchas
 
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Turn on the Switch  
  Turn on the Switch  
 
By Alty Horowitz
Update date: 6/30/2015, 21:39
 
My friend needed to go through a very hard time to get to the truth, you don’t have to do the same, you are already there, just turn on the switch...  


Shema: Loving Hashem  
  Shema: Loving Hashem  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 6/30/2015, 21:41
 
So many people are bewildered, chasing after the mirage of material amenities, not thinking for a single moment that they should be loving Hashem...  


Who Is a True Tzaddik?  
  Who Is a True Tzaddik?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 6/23/2015, 21:55
 
The average individual cannot understand the true tzaddik fully, nor is he capable of discerning who is a true tzaddik. How then, can one know who is a true tzaddik or not?  


The Shalom Revolution  
  The Shalom Revolution  
 
By Yael Karni
Update date: 6/16/2015, 23:13
 
When we greet our fellow Jew with "shalom", we are bestowing on the blessing of peace on him; we could be changing that person’s situation for the better…  


Back in the Saddle  
  Back in the Saddle  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Update date: 6/5/2015, 11:37
 
Even with all the best intentions, we may find that we have suddenly fallen off the metaphorical horse of spirituality. Try as we may, life often gets in the way…  


Focused on Hashem  
  Focused on Hashem  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/30/2015, 21:22
 
When a person is focused on Hashem, he avoids countless transgressions such as jealousy, coveting, hate, competing with others, revenge, evil speech and many more...  


The "If Only" Syndrome  
  The "If Only" Syndrome  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/20/2015, 10:24
 
Nothing in life with true value can be attained with little or no effort, especially Torah; if he tries hard enough, the son of a ditch-digger can be a lofty scholar...  


Shema Yisrael!  
  Shema Yisrael!  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/2/2015, 20:58
 
We learn a wonderful lesson from the most important prayer in Judaism, the Shema. This is the foundation of our faith, where we declare our steadfast emuna in Hashem...  


Governing Ourselves  
  Governing Ourselves  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 4/22/2015, 07:08
 
If either a lewd image or a lewd thought can trip a person, then a lustful image together with a thought will make a person lose control of himself...  


Gate of the Conscience  
  Gate of the Conscience  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 4/11/2015, 21:37
 
Rabbenu Bachiya says that an upright tongue is the sign of a strong and clear conscience, whereas a wagging tongue indicates a weak or vanquished conscience...  


Jumping Into the Fire  
  Jumping Into the Fire  
 
By Tiferet Israel
Update date: 3/24/2015, 11:39
 
She imagined being connected to the courageous heart of the martyrs – the long list of Jews who when faced with the choice to die or convert to another religion, chose death…  


Shabbat and Income  
  Shabbat and Income  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 3/25/2015, 07:09
 
People think that if they work on Shabbat, they'll generate more income. The truth is the exact opposite - observing Shabbat as a day of rest is what generates income...  


The Tzaddik  
  The Tzaddik's Blessing  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 2/25/2015, 07:15
 
The tzaddik’s blessing is most effective when the person’s motive is to get closer to Hashem, but it is not a replacement for a person’s own efforts…  


The Divine Houseguest  
  The Divine Houseguest  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 2/18/2015, 07:21
 
Just as physical light and darkness cannot exist in the same place at the same time, spiritual light and darkness work exactly the same way...  


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