9 Kislev 5781 / Wednesday, November 25, 2020 | Torah Reading: Vayeitzei
 
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Toldot - Born or Bred?  
  Toldot - Born or Bred?  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/14/2020, 18:22
 
There is a great debate about whether our character traits are inborn and unchangeable, or developed through the course of our lives. The Torah says that both are true...  


Chayei Sarah: Stay Young  
  Chayei Sarah: Stay Young  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/7/2020, 18:57
 
Age is not about our physical age, but rather, about our mindset. As Rebbe Nachman said, “It is forbidden to be old!”  


Vayera – Keep Trying  
  Vayera – Keep Trying  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 10/31/2020, 19:02
 
How long it takes us to reach our goal is not in our control. The only thing that is in our control is to never give up!  


Lech Lecha: Look Inside  
  Lech Lecha: Look Inside  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 10/24/2020, 20:36
 
"Lech Lecha" means "go to yourself". Rabbi Natan of Breslev teaches that all your journeys in life need to be to you - to discover who you really are.  


Haazinu: A Book of Prayers  
  Haazinu: A Book of Prayers  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 10/8/2020, 08:52
 
This Torah portion is the song of Moshe Rabbeinu, who teaches us to turn the Torah into a song and into prayer.  


Nitzavim: Rosh Hashanah with the Tzaddik  
  Nitzavim: Rosh Hashanah with the Tzaddik  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 9/6/2020, 08:30
 
There is a good reason why it is a Jewish tradition to travel to be with a tzaddik for Rosh Hashanah – it isn’t just a Breslev thing!  


Ki Tavo: Renewal  
  Ki Tavo: Renewal  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 8/29/2020, 21:12
 
No matter what difficulties we face, we can renew ourselves by remembering all of the kindnesses Hashem has done for us until now, and praying for the future.  


Ki Teitzei: Find Yourself Again  
  Ki Teitzei: Find Yourself Again  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 8/22/2020, 21:39
 
We forgot who we are. We got lost. We go searching for our lost objects, for the Torah we forgot when we were born, for our special mission. Only one person can help us find it…  


Become Your True Self  
  Become Your True Self  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 8/15/2020, 21:45
 
When we hear the word “teshuva,” we usually think of blaming ourselves and beating our breasts. But real teshuva – repentance – is about becoming our real selves.  


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  Re'eh: Healing the Heart  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 8/8/2020, 23:11
 
The tzaddik can heal our heart, but so can finding the unique point within ourselves. This is also part of the reason why we need to pray in the first place…  


Not by Bread Alone  
  Not by Bread Alone  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 8/1/2020, 22:03
 
This week's portion shows us two fundamentals of life – that we do not live on food alone, and that by sighing we can invite God into our life and change our lives for the better.  


Va’etchanan: Take the Hint  
  Va’etchanan: Take the Hint  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 7/25/2020, 21:56
 
Every day Hashem sends us special hints to bring us closer to Him and to who we truly are. However, many times, we do not understand what Hashem is telling us…  


Devarim : Children of the King  
  Devarim : Children of the King  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 7/18/2020, 22:11
 
The exile has exchanged us from being children of the King, to feeling like servants and slaves. The key to the redemption is reconnecting to our true status…  


Matot: Repeat - Again and Again  
  Matot: Repeat - Again and Again  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 7/11/2020, 22:08
 
What practical way can we increase our faith during this special time of the Three Weeks? Prayer, and especially Tikkun Chatzos.  


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