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The War of the Rebbes  
  The War of the Rebbes  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/13/2017, 14:41
 
During the time of the Napoleonic War with Russia, there were three prodigious Chassidic Rebbes, the spiritual leaders of Poland, Russia and the Ukraine, who dictated history…  


The Wasted Wine  
  The Wasted Wine  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 5/24/2017, 10:53
 
Getting ourselves used to the idea of speaking to G-d about everything, before we speak or act, is one of the ways that “conditioning” could start to pay off for us, big time...  


Berel  
  Berel'e Gebrokts  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 6/4/2017, 00:58
 
Many people love making outer displays of their piety, but the great tzaddikim preferred to protect a fellow human's dignity, even at the cost of compromising on a stringency…  


Flexing the Joy Muscle  
  Flexing the Joy Muscle  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 5/3/2017, 07:11
 
Hashem is giving us special attention. The fact that He takes the time to give us something difficult means He sees growth inside us that He wants to bring to the surface…  


The "Tzetyl Kattan"  
  The "Tzetyl Kattan"  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 1/5/2017, 11:11
 
Rabbi Elimelech of Lizensk, also known as the "Noam Elimelech", left us a wonderful gift for posterity – his "Tzetyl Kattan", the small note that helps us get closer to Hashem...  


A Letter to Rebbe Levi Yitzchak  
  A Letter to Rebbe Levi Yitzchak  
 
By Dr. Rivka Levron
Update date: 11/17/2016, 11:44
 
The holy Rebbe Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev (1740-1809) of saintly and blessed memory was the master advocate of the Jewish People; Dr. Rivka Levron decided to write him a letter…  


The Klausenberger Rebbe  
  The Klausenberger Rebbe  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 3/3/2016, 14:34
 
His Emuna was so powerful, he only saw Hashem, He feared no one, not even the SS officers who threatened to kill him so many times. He was 100% a servant of Hashem...  


An Encounter with a Tzaddik  
  An Encounter with a Tzaddik  
 
By Yehoshua Goldstein
Update date: 2/23/2016, 18:37
 
The tzaddik said that if Hashem hears us singing to Him and saying that He is good and kind, then He will automatically start sending us more goodness and kindness…  


Curing End-of-Days Blues  
  Curing End-of-Days Blues  
 
By Howard Morton
Update date: 7/9/2017, 00:47
 
For those of us in a very vulnerable twenty-first century, Reb Yitzchak’s story serves as a powerful reminder that the darkest hour comes before the dawn…  


Rebbe Natan Says  
  Rebbe Natan Says  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/21/2015, 09:49
 
In honor of Rebbe Natan's yahrtzeit this week on the Tenth of Teveth, here are a few priceless gems of his wisdom, which to this day, enlightens our path in the darkness...  


The Doctor and the Angel  
  The Doctor and the Angel  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 11/28/2015, 20:29
 
The Kaiser's personal physician, Dr. Ernst Gordia, was an assimilated Jew who had long before forgotten anything about his Jewish heritage…  


Saved by an Aleph  
  Saved by an Aleph  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 10/28/2015, 17:21
 
Night clubs, celebrities, sports stars and models - David was living a rock-star life. He worked at one the hottest bars in Scottsdale. Teshuva? What's that?  


Holy Mamzers  
  Holy Mamzers  
 
By Tiferet Israel
Update date: 1/22/2017, 15:10
 
Everyone despised the two children, who grew up in society's lowest possible circumstances. That is, everyone except the tzaddik, who could see the bright light of their souls...  


Mental Overload  
  Mental Overload  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 11/19/2016, 23:35
 
A person who looks at everything - especially TV and movies - fills his brain with extraneous high-resolution images that predominate it and leave little room for anything else...  


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