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The Divine Laugh  
  The Divine Laugh  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 8/18/2015, 17:05
 
The moment you understand that even if you choose to do right, it may not be the "right" that Hashem intended for you; for now, you are being given a different opportunity…  


Judaism of Joy  
  Judaism of Joy  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 8/11/2015, 17:56
 
Whether Breslevers or Beatnicks, anyone can be seen in Israel's breathtaking nature reserves, enjoying all the amenities that Hashem's holy land has to offer…  


The Emuna Skeptics  
  The Emuna Skeptics  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 8/29/2015, 23:12
 
To the emuna-skeptic, emuna people are viewed as a sort of a drop-out culture that bowed out of life and handed everything over for G-d to do, like freeloaders...  


Time to Unplug  
  Time to Unplug  
 
By Arie Sebbah
Update date: 7/28/2015, 22:44
 
A yeshiva high-school student reflects on what Shabbat means to him: disconnecting from the fake world of technology and getting a taste of real life...  


Lighting it Up  
  Lighting it Up  
 
By Uriel Cohn
Update date: 7/21/2015, 15:30
 
An Yeshiva high-school student takes a candid look at himself and the meaning of the mitzvoth he performs daily; maybe it's time that each of us assess ourselves ...  


The Sweetness of Judaism  
  The Sweetness of Judaism  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/18/2015, 21:57
 
Why do so many people fail to taste the sweetness of Sabbath, the joy of a holiday, the exhilaration of prayer or the satisfaction of understanding a page of Gemara?  


Rachav  
  Rachav's Rope  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 7/14/2015, 19:11
 
Who would imagine that a woman who engaged in harlotry for forty years would not only become the wife of Joshua but the great-grandmother of Jeremiah the Prophet...  


Beyond Nature  
  Beyond Nature  
 
By Yael Karni
Update date: 7/7/2015, 16:48
 
Do you absolutely believe Hashem can and will help you with everything in your life? If you do, you will surely see Hashem’s hand turning nature upside down for you…  


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: 7/12/2015, 00:19
 
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...  


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