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The Other Guy  
  The Other Guy's Mishap  
 
By Pinney Wolman
Update date: 9/13/2017, 14:28
 
Hashem in His miraculous mercy was calling me to rectify something that needed correction fast, so that I don't go into Rosh Hashana with this excess baggage of blemishes…  


Get up like a Lion  
  Get up like a Lion  
 
By Yehoshua Goldstein
Update date: 2/1/2017, 07:40
 
As soon as a lion smells, hears or sees another animal in the area, it immediately goes from the rest or sleep state into a full speed charge without even a moment of thought…  


My Shabbat Host  
  My Shabbat Host  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 6/23/2015, 21:46
 
What do you do when you're a guest in someone's home and the host starts up with the worst kind of slander and gossip? Do you nod in agreement, ignore, or jump out of the window?  


Wig or Fabric?  
  Wig or Fabric?  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 1/15/2017, 00:53
 
A new BT asks why so many rabbis prefer women to cover their hair with "a piece of fabric" rather than with an attractive wig. Racheli answers this super-sensitive question...  


The Right Way to Pray  
  The Right Way to Pray  
 
By Eliya Baruch
Update date: 4/14/2015, 23:01
 
If you were going to request something important from your wife, husband or your boss you'd be totally focused until you got it. You would be respectful, kind and patient...  


Halacha with a Smile  
  Halacha with a Smile  
 
By Yehuda Segel
Update date: 11/14/2015, 19:09
 
Why guidelines? A guideline is something that someone who really loves you gives you so you should do the right thing and so you could have a better life...  


Saga of a Sausage  
  Saga of a Sausage  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/18/2017, 17:52
 
What would you say if you saw your good friend from the synagogue - a respected an upright member of the community - walking down the street eating a pork sausage?  


Blessing of the Trees  
  Blessing of the Trees  
 
By Tal Rotem
Update date: 3/28/2017, 19:49
 
On Rosh Chodesh Nissan, we begin to say Birkat Hailanot, the blessing of the trees. It's also Rebbe Nachman's birthday. What's the connection between the two?  


The Libido War  
  The Libido War  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 3/11/2015, 06:54
 
Avri and his wife became Baalei Teshuva. They love Torah and mitzvot, but Avri is having a difficult time every month, wrestling with the demon - his libido. What can he do?  


Blue-Chip Investment  
  Blue-Chip Investment  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 11/12/2012, 17:01
 
Bella lent her closest friends a large sum of money. They promised to return the sum within 90 days. Four years have transpired since; she asks Rabbi Arush what to do...  


The Engaging Shabbat Table  
  The Engaging Shabbat Table  
 
By Rabbi Aryeh Goetz
Update date: 3/21/2017, 21:16
 
Your Shabbat table can be a positive and unifying experience for participants of all ages and backgrounds; here are some simple techniques that will make a big difference...  


Anatomy of Forgiving  
  Anatomy of Forgiving  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 10/8/2016, 23:43
 
One of the big challenges in life is that our worst adversaries often turn out to be those closest to us. Only those we love the most are the ones we hate the worst…  


Love, According to Halacha  
  Love, According to Halacha  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 7/29/2011, 16:42
 
After the tragic and unthinkable loss of "Baba Elazar" - Rabbi Elazar AbuChatzeira of saintly and cherished memory - we need to do some hard thinking about what we need to correct…  


A Second Chance  
  A Second Chance  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/10/2011, 16:10
 
Hashem is more forgiving and compassionate than anyone can fathom. No matter what we did wrong, there’s always a second chance. The mitzvas of teshuva and Pesach Sheni are proof…  


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