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Sweet Erosion  
  Sweet Erosion  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 9/28/2021, 20:17
 
The soul is always gravitating toward the Almighty. It desires holiness at all times. We are created to be happy, holy, and close to our Creator…  


After Simchat Torah: Now What? Always in Simcha  
  After Simchat Torah: Now What? Always in Simcha  
 
By Avi Lazerson
Update date: 9/28/2021, 20:16
 
Yet we find even after dancing straight through the Simchat Torah celebrations many people are still depressed, some plain unhappy and others are just...  


An Injection of Motivation  
  An Injection of Motivation  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/23/2021, 17:44
 
While it is true that self-criticism has an important place, it is a big mistake to think that spiritual progress is going to happen from criticism.  


Uncomfortable Comfort  
  Uncomfortable Comfort  
 
By Pinney Wolman
Update date: 9/17/2021, 07:28
 
Sukkot can be my practice of happily doing Hashem's Will even when I'm uncomfortable!  


Simchat Beit Hashoeva  
  Simchat Beit Hashoeva  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 10/10/2019, 15:33
 
It was a mass celebration with Sages juggling lit torches, Levites singing songs, and the water libation ceremony.  


Restart  
  Restart  
 
By Tziporah Barabi
Update date: 9/17/2021, 07:29
 
From Rosh Chodesh Elul until Yom Kippur we all become so forgiving to everyone. But what happens the day after? That’s when we have to restart, once again…  


Miracle in the Desert  
  Miracle in the Desert  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Update date: 10/4/2020, 09:21
 
We eat, sleep, and sit in tents. We are helpless to the elements, slaves to the whims of nature. We are babies in our Father's arms, completely dependent on His mercy…  


The Happy Pill  
  The Happy Pill  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/1/2020, 08:15
 
In the time of the Holy Temple, our people had everything. Yet, rather than appreciating what they had, they complained and looked for joy elsewhere…  


Willow in the Wind  
  Willow in the Wind  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/15/2020, 12:08
 
Kalman looked up from his butcher block and he saw some menacing Cossacks in the doorway. "Jhid," they sneered in Russian, "the day of your funeral has arrived"...  


Fun or Joy?  
  Fun or Joy?  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/1/2020, 08:16
 
Having a couple of beers with the boys? You could have fun but don’t count on a deep sense of simcha. Fun is surface and short term, simcha runs deep...  


The Tomato Vendor of Baghdad  
  The Tomato Vendor of Baghdad  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/17/2021, 07:29
 
A story for Succoth: Iraq was suffering from a terrible drought. The Sultan told the Jews that if they didn't bring rain in three days, it would mean exile or death…  


The Succa: The Place to Be  
  The Succa: The Place to Be  
 
By Yael Karni
Update date: 9/22/2018, 22:28
 
Do you have difficulty finding your place in life? Try sitting inside a Succa during the Succoth holiday and feel the magic that envelops you...  


The Key to National Security  
  The Key to National Security  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/29/2020, 11:12
 
Other nations - even our allies - have been threatening us that we are in danger of political and international isolation. Should we really fear isolation?  


The Magnitude of Torah  
  The Magnitude of Torah  
 
By Rabbi Mordechai Kornfeld
Update date: 10/15/2017, 17:59
 
The Pentateuch is only the tip of an iceberg. Infinite knowledge can be gleaned from the Written Law through inference by applying the 13 rules of Biblical exegesis…  


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