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Rocky Road, Chocolate Souffle  
  Rocky Road, Chocolate Souffle  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 5/10/2017, 07:04
 
Exile means disconnection from Source resulting in chaos and disorder stemming from misplaced priorities depending upon how far away we have journeyed…  


Picking a Spiritual Guide  
  Picking a Spiritual Guide  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 12/29/2020, 16:13
 
A person without a spiritual guide is trying to run his own show - he cannot see the land-mine wires around him. He is like one who is helplessly lost in a maze…  


The Soul-savers  
  The Soul-savers  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/18/2020, 14:36
 
A high-school teacher gave an emuna book to an about-to-be-divorced husband that saved his marriage. The Zohar elaborates on the teacher's reward…  


The Moses Within  
  The Moses Within  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 3/7/2017, 20:49
 
Moses was socially involved. He not only spoke up, but he took definitive action in the face of injustice, coming to the aid of the weak and the downtrodden…  


The BT Bubble-Burst  
  The BT Bubble-Burst  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 1/28/2017, 20:49
 
Many Baalei Teshuva who are not honest with themselves experience nosedives; they fall into despair and depression, persecuting themselves for their mistakes. That can be avoided...  


The Fear of Missing Out  
  The Fear of Missing Out  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 11/22/2016, 22:06
 
Happy people strive to be humble, content, service-oriented and not focused so much on themselves. Authentic joy is a product of our sincere interest in helping others...  


Remembering Rabbi Yehuda Zev  
  Remembering Rabbi Yehuda Zev  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 11/18/2016, 11:10
 
Rabbi Yehuda Zev Leibowitz osb"m implored us to teach proper conduct between man and fellow man, for we're all Hashem's children who must treat each other with maximum respect…  


What is Your Self Worth?  
  What is Your Self Worth?  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 4/22/2020, 07:31
 
The main thing that we all suffer from is nagging doubts about our self-worth: “Do people like me?” “Am I competent at what I do?” “What have I accomplished with my life?”...  


Prayer for Guarding the Eyes  
  Prayer for Guarding the Eyes  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 11/8/2016, 20:26
 
David Perlow invites us to share in his personal prayer session, answering the question that many people ask, "How do I begin speaking to Hashem?" Here's their answer...  


Always Accountable  
  Always Accountable  
 
By Shai Mor
Update date: 5/13/2019, 11:29
 
Modern society looks at innocent and honest people like suckers; you're just not cool if you don't know how to wheel and deal. Until, accountability knocks on the door…  


Connect or Complain?  
  Connect or Complain?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/6/2016, 23:23
 
Many think that tickets to the NBA finals, a meal in the new fancy Kosher French restaurant, a Bermuda cruise or a new BMW will make them happy, but the happiness never comes...  


Setback or Salvation?  
  Setback or Salvation?  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 8/2/2016, 22:27
 
Whenever things look like they're totally hopeless, we must always remember that Hashem knows what He’s doing, especially when His plan does not match up with ours…  


Seeing Shadows  
  Seeing Shadows  
 
By Sunny Levi
Update date: 6/16/2016, 14:08
 
As newborn babies, we don’t need perfect vision or intelligence to bond with our parents. It comes easy. It’s innate. It’s a natural function that we are created with....  


Einstein  
  Einstein's Emuna  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 2/17/2019, 10:52
 
We can’t rely on what our senses tell us. So how do we figure out what’s right or wrong? How do we know which decision to make? How can we understand anything about life?  


Chochma, Binah, Emuna  
  Chochma, Binah, Emuna  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 2/23/2016, 18:42
 
Emuna isn’t something that you can just tell yourself that you have and that’s it. You have to live and breathe it every single day, through every single situation...  


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