23 Av 5780 / Thursday, August 13, 2020 | Torah Reading: Re'eh
 
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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.  


Masei: On the Road of Life  
  Masei: On the Road of Life  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 7/14/2020, 07:50
 
Every trip that we undertake can be an opportunity to discover more of the true good which we lost when we came into the world.  


Pinchas: Shine Your Unique Light  
  Pinchas: Shine Your Unique Light  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 7/4/2020, 22:11
 
Because in every Jew there is something precious, a point which cannot be found in anyone else. A point where they too are a tzaddik.  


Balak: The Power to Choose  
  Balak: The Power to Choose  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 6/27/2020, 22:40
 
“Choice is in a person’s hand, if he wants to do something, he does it, and if he doesn’t then he doesn’t do it.” – Rebbe Nachman  


Chukat: The Power of Holy Words  
  Chukat: The Power of Holy Words  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 6/20/2020, 22:04
 
Speech has amazing power to give us strength. A person’s words go with him always, even into very low spiritual places, and they remind him of God.  


Korach: Bask in the Light of Truth  
  Korach: Bask in the Light of Truth  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 6/13/2020, 21:58
 
Hashem is truth, and when we are able to admit and accept the truth, the lies, fears and anxieties fall away.  


Shelach: What You Want, You Get  
  Shelach: What You Want, You Get  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 6/6/2020, 22:18
 
Wanting good, and continuing to want to do whatever good we can, no matter where we might find ourselves in life, is the only thing that IS truly in our hands.  


Behaalotcha: Shine Your Light  
  Behaalotcha: Shine Your Light  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 5/30/2020, 21:47
 
The Menorah in the Holy Temple represented the light of the tzaddik, who shines onto every Jew. We too can shine onto others…  


Nasso: Two Friends Shining Together  
  Nasso: Two Friends Shining Together  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 5/23/2020, 21:34
 
When friends sit together and seek to illuminate the good points in their hearts, they are revealing Hashem in the world.  


Bamidbar: Keep Climbing  
  Bamidbar: Keep Climbing  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 5/16/2020, 21:57
 
Rebbe Nachman explains that the paths of teshuva, knowing how to keep going and stay in the battle, is an important aspect in being able to receive the Torah.  


Behar: The Best Father Ever  
  Behar: The Best Father Ever  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 5/9/2020, 21:36
 
From this portion, we learn that we are like children to G-d, who loves us like His only child, and misses us just like a father whose little son was lost…  


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