20 Cheshvan 5782 / Tuesday, October 26, 2021 | Torah Reading: Chayei Sarah
 
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By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 12/13/2020, 14:10
 
If you think the Creator of the Universe doesn’t answer your questions, think again. The trick is knowing how to ask and keeping a totally open mind to the answer.


See the Warnings
 
  See the Warnings  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 11:59
 
Torah gives us numerous examples of Hashem’s efforts to guide us through His warnings and the occurences around us. It is nevfer a punishment but more His attempt at behavior modification to keep us on track for OUR good. Let’s heed the warnings!


Hitbodedut: Being There
 
  Hitbodedut: Being There  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 11:57
 
In hitbodedut we are always present in the moment because we are speaking the words we are presently thinking. Being there in our prescibed prayers, and, in fact, in everything we do is equally imperative in keeping a close connection with our Creator.


Not Always As We Perceive Them
 
  Not Always As We Perceive Them  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 08:58
 
With Yom Kippur now behind us, let’s not forget the pledges we made to Hashem when we did our teshuva. Move forward each day and don’t be fooled by misconceptions, misperceptions, and other things that we use to fool ourselves. Stay on the path!


The Missing Ingredient
 
  The Missing Ingredient  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 09:02
 
The recipe for teshuva is: confession, asking forgiveness, committing to a change in behavior and fulfilling that commitment. But like any recipe leaving, out any ingredient is not effective. Particularly, before Yom Kippur, make sure you add...


Believe? Sometimes Yes, Sometimes No
 
  Believe? Sometimes Yes, Sometimes No  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 09:10
 
In the worst of challenges, nearly everyone turns to Hashem for help. So, why do many of us turn to mortal heroes for explanations when Hashem can far better explain?


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