9 Iyar 5778 / Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | Torah Reading: Emor
 
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Facing Yourself  
  Facing Yourself  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 4/17/2018, 21:04
 
Getting through life can be shockingly difficult. There are times that, in order to function, we need to put our pain on the back burner so we can do what we need to do…  


What  
  What's Eating You?  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 3/25/2018, 11:08
 
Living at odds with what we really want causes enormous inner conflict; until that conflict is explored and resolved, it's hard for a person to function normally…  


Low Altitude  
  Low Altitude  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 3/21/2018, 12:20
 
The Kotzker Rebbe says that there is nothing more whole than a broken heart. Something broken can be welded and potentially become stronger than it originally was…  


Presence is not a Luxury  
  Presence is not a Luxury  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 3/25/2018, 13:52
 
Those people who aren't present when their wives are talking to them, or when their kids are trying to tell them about what happened today in school, are missing the boat…  


Too Safe, Too Sorry  
  Too Safe, Too Sorry  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 3/14/2018, 11:32
 
Keeping quiet and being passive has provided Rachel with a special role in her large and boisterous family…  


The Great Achiever  
  The Great Achiever  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 3/28/2018, 08:28
 
What makes the great achievers of history so great? They have three tactics to credit for their amazing success, which anyone who strives for the maximum can also do…  


The Power of Pretending  
  The Power of Pretending  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 2/28/2018, 13:32
 
When a person pretends that he can control his temper after years of exploding at people, he’s demonstrating his faith that with G-d’s help he is not just a prisoner of his past…  


At Home with Humility  
  At Home with Humility  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 2/20/2018, 21:26
 
Every single improvement in our character can have a profound effect on ourselves and the people around us, and be the determining factor in how we experience life…  


I Can’t Handle This  
  I Can’t Handle This  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 2/18/2018, 09:51
 
It could be a challenging kid, an impossible spouse, a never-ending problem with making ends meet, a chronic health issue, or all of the above. Or even a nagging mother-in-law…  


Can People Change?  
  Can People Change?  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 2/15/2018, 11:51
 
One simple positive message to young people from authority figures was enough to make an enormous difference in how they judged themselves and their peers…  


Better, not Bitter  
  Better, not Bitter  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 2/6/2018, 19:48
 
Losing her job saved my friend from a much worse predicament; her bitterness became gratitude as soon as she realized the kindness that Hashem did for her…  


Thoughts About Thinking  
  Thoughts About Thinking  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 1/27/2018, 23:17
 
Those who are so used to thinking in the negative mode are much less likely to start questioning or challenging those “bad” thoughts - they just accept them as fact…  


You Are Successful  
  You Are Successful  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 1/24/2018, 12:26
 
Conceit due to one’s accomplishments or sadness arising from one’s setbacks both constitute arrogance. In either case, we are attributing the results to ourselves…  


False Humility  
  False Humility  
 
By Sharon Roter
Update date: 1/16/2018, 19:59
 
False humility does nothing to help our character development, and doesn’t help change our personality or our actions in any way. Don't ever say that you're not as good as…  


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