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What it Means to be a Jew  
  What it Means to be a Jew  
 
By David Ben Horin
Update date: 4/8/2021, 12:18
 
Every moment. Every word. Everything we own. The closer something is to us, the more important we dedicate it to Hashem. That is a Jew.  


More Torah, Less Internet  
  More Torah, Less Internet  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 4/8/2021, 12:24
 
What if someone would stop you when you’re about to consummate a huge profitable deal and ask you to look at the latest news on the internet or smartphone...  


Practical Points on Peace  
  Practical Points on Peace  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 9/2/2020, 00:34
 
Let’s go through some key points about maintaining peace in our relationships, and what making peace as the most important thing looks like in practice.  


I Love Everyone!  
  I Love Everyone!  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/6/2020, 16:37
 
Rabbi Arush’s new campaign to bring the Redemption with mercy kicks off! It’s so incredibly easy. Just say “I love everyone”!  


The Slogan of the Redemption  
  The Slogan of the Redemption  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/6/2020, 16:50
 
Rabbi Arush continues the theme of "I Love Everyone" as a means of bringing the Redemption in a merciful way. Weak emuna, not other people, is the problem!  


Pray for Others First  
  Pray for Others First  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/6/2020, 17:05
 
Pray for other people to have that thing that you also want, and watch how God opens the door to answer your prayers too.  


Don  
  Don't Be an Ingrate  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/6/2020, 17:09
 
Denying the good done to you, and repaying their good with evil, is absolute wickedness. Instead, love everyone and avoid this terrible mistake, which is easy to fall into…  


The Kidnapped Baby  
  The Kidnapped Baby  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/18/2020, 14:53
 
Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger rose so high in the Catholic church that he was a candidate for pope. He was a Jew from Poland, born Aaron Levy to Jewish parents…  


A Hidden Tzaddik  
  A Hidden Tzaddik's Advice  
 
By Menachem Zakai
Update date: 11/14/2018, 12:25
 
The Mishna says that when we take the Judge's seat on others, Hashem - measure for measure - places us in a similar position, putting us in the court where we convicted them…  


What They Can  
  What They Can't Take from You  
 
By David Ben Horin
Update date: 6/21/2018, 03:09
 
Why invest in the temporary? Only those accomplishments that nobody can ever take from you are the one's worth pursuing with all your heart and all your soul…  


SWAT Team, At Your Service  
  SWAT Team, At Your Service  
 
By Ahava Margaretten
Update date: 2/1/2018, 11:35
 
This world is full of dangers. If a person knew what was lurking in the dark, then he or she would be a lot more careful, especially during these crazy times…  


Knocking Down the Walls  
  Knocking Down the Walls  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/9/2018, 18:28
 
Joshua had a secret military strategy in his miraculous victory over the virtually impregnable city of Jericho with its mighty walls; the same secret strategy works today…  


The Mitzvah of Challah  
  The Mitzvah of Challah  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 12/21/2017, 10:58
 
The Mitzvah of Challah not only invokes blessings and abundance, it reminds us that Divine Providence not only controls the powers of nature, but always accompanies us...  


Respecting Others  
  Respecting Others  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 12/5/2017, 21:03
 
Complete teshuva includes the mitzvoth between man and fellow human and the rectification of any damage that one person causes another. Many people conveniently forget this…  


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