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Respecting Others  
  Respecting Others  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 12/5/2017, 21:03
 
Complete teshuva includes the mitzvoth between man and fellow human and the rectification of any damage that one person causes another. Many people conveniently forget this…  


Oysters and Mixed Dancing  
  Oysters and Mixed Dancing  
 
By Rabbi Avigdor Miller
Update date: 9/22/2018, 22:18
 
A young man from an observant family asks Rabbi Avigdor Miller if he is allowed to attend the wedding of a nonobservant relative where there will be mixed dancing…  


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…  


Personal Conservation  
  Personal Conservation  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/28/2020, 08:08
 
Man is a miniature world; just as conserving our natural resources is a vital priority today, we must each conserve or individual resources, on three particular levels…  


Monetary Gain with No Pain  
  Monetary Gain with No Pain  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/10/2020, 16:22
 
Think twice about making money in a way that brings pain and sorrow to other people, for the way we treat others comes right back at us…  


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?  


Rosh Chodesh Nissan: Blessing of the Trees  
  Rosh Chodesh Nissan: Blessing of the Trees  
 
By Tal Rotem
Update date: 3/13/2021, 20:08
 
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?  


A Vessel of Blessings  
  A Vessel of Blessings  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/10/2020, 17:34
 
Think about how you feel when people snub you, fail to answer your greeting or frown at you. That should be a sufficient incentive to be nice to others…  


Politically Correct Torah  
  Politically Correct Torah  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 6/22/2020, 07:40
 
We, as Jews, are given a set of morals, and they are in our holy Torah. No, they are not politically correct according to the latest whims of modern society...  


Living in Peace  
  Living in Peace  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/10/2020, 16:12
 
Good character preceded the Torah. The main aspect of Divine service is extra caution in fulfilling the commandments between man and fellow human.  


Count on Rebbe Nachman  
  Count on Rebbe Nachman  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/10/2020, 13:59
 
The scary things that our sages say about certain transgressions, like there is no penitence for them, only applies to a person who continues in the path of wrongdoing…  


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