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Two Moshiachs  
  Two Moshiachs  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 09:15
At the end of days, or maybe tomorrow, there will be two Moshiachs, one a descendent of Joseph and the other a descendant of David, from the tribe of Judah. Why two?  


You Can Fly!  
  You Can Fly!  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 09:01
True joy comes from a very high place, and it doesn’t make you stupid. With true joy, you don’t have the urge to tell a profane joke or insult someone...  


In Touch with Yourself  
  In Touch with Yourself  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 09:00
If a person can sit down and really spy on himself, to know what he did, and what he has to do better, that means he is really in touch with himself...  


Only a Yid  
  Only a Yid  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:53
Understanding the Gemara is not only understanding the words; it’s a whole way of thinking - this is the Oral Tradition, handed down from Mt. Sinai…  


Take Time to Think  
  Take Time to Think  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:51
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach presents us with a wonderful teaching based on Rebbe Nachman’s Likutei Moharan , second portion, Torah 10: a person must take time to think...  


The Holy Banker from Odessa - Never Despair!  
  The Holy Banker from Odessa - Never Despair!  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:48
He was on the verge of bankruptcy and about to commit suicide; a book fell on his head. He opened its cover and read, “There’s no despair…”  


Crossing the Red Sea: Hatred and Fighting  
  Crossing the Red Sea: Hatred and Fighting  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:44
Hatred comes from an aveirah, a transgression. Take Rabbi Levi Yitchak of Berditchev. Why didn’t he hate anybody? Because he never did an aveirah...  


Rebbe Nachman on Joy  
  Rebbe Nachman on Joy  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/2/2020, 08:35
Our holy master Rebbe Nachman says, “You cannot live without joy. You can exist – but live? You cannot serve G-d without joy. You cannot do anything without joy.”  


Moving to Israel  
  Moving to Israel  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 7/3/2020, 11:36
Rebbe Nachman teaches that the snake tempted Eve in order to prevent her and her husband from reaching Eretz Yisrael; that’s why no one has it easy on Aliya…  


Purim Pride  
  Purim Pride  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 3/8/2020, 23:11
On Purim, this great thing is shining so that we know exactly when pride stops being evil, and when humility stops being out of reach. Everything is holy on Purim...  


One Short Night  
  One Short Night  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 4/14/2019, 14:53
Seder night is when we tell our children there is one G-d. There is one Torah. There is Eretz Yisrael. There's no time to waste - there's much to do in one short night...  


The Holy Drunkard  
  The Holy Drunkard  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 3/11/2017, 23:43
On Purim we break down all the good manners of the world. We are real. And if you are real, you can be drunk and still be real, still be holy, still be on the highest level…  


Our Covenant From Sinai  
  Our Covenant From Sinai  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Publish date: 5/21/2011, 21:53
There’s such a thing as “learning”, and there’s such a thing as “giving over”. You don’t only teach children Yiddishkeit, you give it over to them…  


A Holy Mirror  
  A Holy Mirror  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Publish date: 5/2/2011, 20:06
This world is just a little mirror of Heaven. Crying might be beautiful at times, but it’s not really so good; it makes Hashem feel uncomfortable...  


Holy Sweetness  
  Holy Sweetness  
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Publish date: 4/3/2011, 23:32
Passover is a sweetness so whole, that your mind and your emotions must be whole to taste it. One must connect with G-d to taste this holy sweetness…  


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