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The Experiment  
  The Experiment  
 
By Ahava Margaretten
Update date: 9/13/2017, 14:28
 
The “trial basis” is a wonderful way to circumvent the Evil Inclination, especially in Elul. Anytime we entertain thoughts of increasing modesty, the EI is quick to fight back…  


Recipe for Renewal  
  Recipe for Renewal  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 9/20/2017, 08:59
 
Even if you've taken a steep fall, as long as you have the desire to improve and to seek Hashem no matter what, you have every reason to sing and dance on Rosh Hashana...  


You are the King  
  You are the King  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 9/24/2016, 23:01
 
The material world and the evil inclination try to fool us all year long, making us think that we determine things. On Rosh Hashana, we remember that Who is the King...  


5 Tips for 5777  
  5 Tips for 5777  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 9/15/2016, 13:55
 
The way to truly perfecting ourselves is through prayer. Prayer helps us rise above our natural limitations in our character and brings forth blessing in our lives…  


Estie  
  Estie's Dream  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/9/2015, 13:56
 
She was drinking her morning coffee when she heard the mailman; she went to the front door, opened the mailbox, and her heart stopped: an envelope from the Federal Court...  


The Eagle  
  The Eagle's Banquet  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/6/2015, 00:08
 
The advantage of praying together on Rosh Hashana is that we get judged together – as a whole, and not as an individual; that is, when we cling together in unity...  


Avinu Malkenu  
  Avinu Malkenu  
 
By Orit Esther Riter
Update date: 9/12/2015, 20:41
 
Referring to Hashem as Avinu - our Father - reminds us that our Creator loves us and that everything He does is for our best. There are no bounds, constraints or legalities...  


The Pursuit of Honor  
  The Pursuit of Honor  
 
By Yael Karni
Publish date: 8/19/2013, 12:41
 
Supposing I continually do kindnesses for people and I feel that they don’t appreciate my efforts. Or, that they seem to just take me for granted. How do I feel then?  


Who  
  Who's Responsible?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 8/19/2013, 12:12
 
Since everything comes from Hashem, including the Evil Inclination, can we blame Hashem for our sins? Why must we do teshuva at all? Who's really responsible?  


Tatty!  
  Tatty!  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 9/11/2012, 15:36
 
What can a person possibly do at the last minute to mitigate the harsh judgments that seem to be facing us collectively this New Year? Is there hope?  


No More Fashion Show  
  No More Fashion Show  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/6/2017, 18:32
 
The women who flaunt themselves and crave for attention are far from happy. How can they be? There can be no happiness in a place devoid of Hashem's Holy Presence...  


The Shofar: Breaking Free  
  The Shofar: Breaking Free  
 
By Menachem Zakai
Update date: 9/12/2015, 20:41
 
What is the teshuvah needed before Rosh Hashanah? How should we prepare ourselves? What should we think about? What does the shofar accomplish for us individually?  


The Snare of Self-Prosecution  
  The Snare of Self-Prosecution  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 9/23/2011, 15:33
 
Who would be so daft to agree to a guilty verdict against themselves? You're right - no one. Yet, we get tricked into incriminating ourselves constantly…  


Call of the Great Shofar  
  Call of the Great Shofar  
 
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Publish date: 8/29/2010, 19:36
 
The least preferred shofar is the wake-up call that comes from antisemitic nations, warning the Jews to escape while they still can and flee to their own land.  


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