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Say "Cheese" for Hashem  
  Say "Cheese" for Hashem  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 2/20/2019, 09:38
 
The truth is clear – Hashem hears our prayers, Hashem is with us, He’ll help us. But the truth is so incredible, it’s so awesome, that it’s too much for us to grasp…  


Return, Mischievous Children  
  Return, Mischievous Children  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/6/2019, 17:50
 
Teshuva is probably the most misconceived and misunderstood concept in all of Judaism. It's not a social movement that applies only to those from non-observant backgrounds…  


Takeoff Power  
  Takeoff Power  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/12/2019, 20:49
 
During a lecture in Ashdod for newly observant Israelis, I asked the participants to tell me the hardest things they ever did. Their answers had an amazing common denominator…  


Tu B  
  Tu B'Shvat: Obsolete?  
 
By Yoni Lavi
Update date: 1/19/2019, 21:06
 
Can the modern man, armed with the latest generation of smartphone, connected to the internet and to hi-tech, relate to an arbor birthday or learn something from a humble tree?  


The Arbor Legacy  
  The Arbor Legacy  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/19/2019, 20:58
 
Throughout the history of our holy Land of Israel, tree-planting has been the hallmark of settlement as well as the symbol of absolute tranquility, security and peace…  


Grab It by the Tail  
  Grab It by the Tail  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/19/2019, 21:00
 
Why was Moses so terrified when his walking staff turned into a snake? He spent years in the wilderness, undaunted by snakes, lions, scorpions and other perils…  


The Arbor Intifada  
  The Arbor Intifada  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/20/2019, 10:52
 
Tu B'Shvat, the New Year for trees, is the greatest symbol of the Jewish People's return to our homeland; for that reason, the trees in Israel are now prime terror targets...  


Tree-Milk and Honey  
  Tree-Milk and Honey  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/2/2019, 11:30
 
Happy Tu B'Shvat! “A land flowing with milk and honey” - could the Torah be referring to milk that comes from the land, and not from animals?  


The Tenth of Tevet  
  The Tenth of Tevet  
 
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 12/26/2017, 22:00
 
We are so disillusioned by a world without the Beit Hamikdash that truth and fiction, sacred and profane blur before us. In our long exile, we have strayed so far..  


Trees, Israel and Geula  
  Trees, Israel and Geula  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/15/2019, 22:08
 
Why is there a special New Year for trees? On Tu B'Shvat, the almond trees in the mountains of Israel begin to blossom, carrying a special message for the Jewish People...  


Planting and Posterity  
  Planting and Posterity  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/15/2019, 22:17
 
The nations of the world protest our right to the Land of Israel. But what does give us the right to every bit of our holy land? Tu B'Shvat is the answer...  


Tu B’Shvat and Shovevim  
  Tu B’Shvat and Shovevim  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/12/2019, 22:28
 
“The righteous man shall flower like a date palm and grow tall like a cedar of Lebanon.” Why does King David use a double imagery of date palm and cedar? The answer...  


Here to Stay  
  Here to Stay  
 
By Tal Rotem
Update date: 1/12/2019, 22:31
 
Suppose you had no troubles in life, no enemies on the borders and all the health and livelihood you need. How would you describe such a dreamy life?  


Save the Trees  
  Save the Trees  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/20/2019, 10:54
 
Few nations are so environmentally aware as the Jewish People; Tu B'Shvat, the New Year for trees, is a day when we focus on beautifying the earth we live on...  


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