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Tisha B  
  Tisha B'Av, Why?  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 8/1/2020, 21:53
 
Living emuna demands that we change our vision and start believing that Hashem actively guides us from moment to moment in every aspect of our lives...  


Gratitude, the Three Weeks, and Redemption  
  Gratitude, the Three Weeks, and Redemption  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 7/11/2020, 22:30
 
When we travel on the path of gratitude, the Evil Inclination sets up land mines and booby traps. How can we possibly succeed? Here are some simple suggestions...  


Open Your Eyes  
  Open Your Eyes  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/29/2020, 18:11
 
Shabbat Chazon, the Shabbat before 9th of Av, is an auspicious time to focus on love and unity in the Jewish people and the entire world. READ RABBI ARUSH'S SPECIAL MESSAGE...  


Why The Three Weeks?  
  Why The Three Weeks?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/26/2020, 13:15
 
To this day, we as a nation are still suffering. Why? Hashem said the the Jews would be punished for posterity because of crying, whining, and complaining…  


A Beautiful World  
  A Beautiful World  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/26/2020, 13:17
 
You wouldn't expect this to be the title of an article for the Three Weeks. But instead of lamenting, let’s become proactive and rectify the reason why we lost our Holy Temple…  


Get it Right!  
  Get it Right!  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 7/26/2020, 13:16
 
Warped values and skewed stringencies led to the destruction of both temples, where human life was less important than turning over the sacrificial meat and bones on the altar...  


Covenant of Peace  
  Covenant of Peace  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 7/26/2020, 13:16
 
The jealousy and competition between groups, when each claims that his particular group is the master of the truth, is far from true service of Hashem...  


My Noahide Tisha B  
  My Noahide Tisha B'Av  
 
By Jennifer Woodward
Update date: 8/7/2019, 00:26
 
It can be challenging to connect emotionally to something we’ve never seen, something that happened so long ago, but I want to encourage you that it is possible.  


The Seventeenth of Tammuz  
  The Seventeenth of Tammuz  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 7/9/2020, 14:12
 
On the seventeenth of Tammuz Jews throughout the world fast to commemorate the many calamities that have befallen our people on that ominous day...  


What You See Is What You Get  
  What You See Is What You Get  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 09:07
 
Yet what was so terrible about not understanding the Divine command? Don't we all sometimes make mistakes? Why should the entire Jewish People have had...  


Land of the Deer  
  Land of the Deer  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/23/2020, 22:10
 
True spirituality brings people to love and respect one another. By the same token, material interests are devastating to peace, whether on a personal or national basis.  


Days of Sorrow, Days of Joy  
  Days of Sorrow, Days of Joy  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 09:08
 
The Temple was the one place on earth where everyone - Jew and non-Jew - could come close to God. Therefore...  


Don  
  Don't Add Sadness To Bitterness  
 
By Rabbi Yaakov Meir Shechter
Update date: 6/13/2020, 22:07
 
The important thing is to respond with bitterness – not sadness. The bitterness is a mixture of remorse and dissatisfaction with one’s present condition.  


Crossing the Red Sea: Hatred and Fighting  
  Crossing the Red Sea: Hatred and Fighting  
 
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:44
 
Hatred comes from an aveirah, a transgression. Take Rabbi Levi Yitchak of Berditchev. Why didn’t he hate anybody? Because he never did an aveirah...  


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