8 Adar 5778 / Friday, February 23, 2018 | Torah Reading: Tetzaveh
 
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Extreme Tznius  
  Extreme Tznius  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 2/13/2018, 18:27
 
Modesty doesn’t mean looking like a fashion disaster. It means looking dignified and well-put together without causing a traffic accident when you walk down the street…  


The Gory Gambler  
  The Gory Gambler  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 2/6/2018, 19:48
 
The Zohar warns that right before Moshiach comes, Satan will be at his peak of power. For this brief moment in time, he gets to pile his end of the table with loads of chips…  


My Mistake  
  My Mistake  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 1/27/2018, 23:16
 
Why does Hashem let us make mistakes? Sometimes the mistakes we make can have such long-term, devastating effects. We usually look back and wonder why we did what we did…  


The Self-Righteous Yetzer  
  The Self-Righteous Yetzer  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 1/24/2018, 13:17
 
The evil inclination, the "Yetzer", makes foxes and snakes look like innocent little lambs. The sly Yetzer won't tell you to transgress; he'll show you how to be "righteous"…  


The Price of Placation  
  The Price of Placation  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 1/16/2018, 20:02
 
As the sun was setting, the rabbi yelled at the coachman once more: "What's the matter with you? Don't you know how to handle horses and a wagon?" The coachman was shocked…  


Mind Your Prayers  
  Mind Your Prayers  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 1/2/2018, 20:17
 
A man who could read minds. He used to walk around the city or ride the train and listen in on people's thoughts. Then he would write stories using the things he had learned…  


Let Go of Guilt  
  Let Go of Guilt  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 1/2/2018, 11:53
 
I felt contrite, worried, apprehensive, nervous, anxious, unclear, and unbalanced. I started to cry, pleading with Hashem to forgive me for turning on the light…  


From Getting to Giving  
  From Getting to Giving  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 12/26/2017, 22:02
 
As we grow and mature physically, we are expected to also grow emotionally and spiritually. Our job is to look beyond ourselves to the needs of others…  


Stand Up and Be Counted  
  Stand Up and Be Counted  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 12/13/2017, 12:56
 
Why pray in a minyan? The Baal HaTanya writes that the Divine Presence in a minyan is so strong that if an angel tried to enter, it would be burnt by the holiness...  


Joyful Connection  
  Joyful Connection  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 11/28/2017, 23:29
 
When we realize that Hashem is our Benefactor and contemplate all He's done for us, this attitude of gratitude will animate and enliven our mitzvah performance...  


The Force of Deception  
  The Force of Deception  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 11/28/2017, 12:18
 
Have you ever met the frum Yetzer Hara, the religious evil inclination? He looks and sounds "religious" and tricks you into thinking his motives are pure; they aren't...  


Glowing Like a Star  
  Glowing Like a Star  
 
By Ahava Margaretten
Update date: 11/21/2017, 21:50
 
In our current day of cultural confusion and widespread despondency, Hashem has given us women a path to achieve lasting satisfaction and self-confidence…  


The Prince and the Protocol  
  The Prince and the Protocol  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 11/20/2017, 10:56
 
An original parable: A great Arabian king summoned his son the crown prince. "My son, you are bright and mature; I must prepare you for your future role in running the kingdom…"  


Who Else Can I Ask From?  
  Who Else Can I Ask From?  
 
By Chavy Gadol
Update date: 11/15/2017, 11:20
 
How many times do we turn to Hashem, out loving Father, with a million reasons of why we deserve to get what we ask for? Are our arguments convincing?  


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