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Take Out the Good
 
  Take Out the Good  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:28
 
Everyone can clearly see that the entire Torah was given to us for one thing only - to love one another. It is difficult but possible.


The Law of Thanks!
 
  The Law of Thanks!  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:38
 
There are some commandments that we do not understand, such as the red heifer. Nonetheless, we keep them. There are laws that are above nature and that change nature. One of them is the Law of Thanks!


Stay Away From Fire
 
  Stay Away From Fire  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:29
 
Each of us must realize that the worst thing for us is separation and controversy. Hashem loves us only when we are together!


Ruler of the Country
 
  Ruler of the Country  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:30
 
We see that our world is changing, and that light is disconnected from the darkness. Along with the war on faith, we must not be confused - just remember that there is a ruler in the country.


Learn to Count
 
  Learn to Count  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 10/30/2020, 12:55
 
The people of Israel left Egypt and now face a 50-day walk to Mount Sinai to receive the Torah. Every day that passes we gain more important things, every day is such a win!


Loving Your Neighbor as Yourself - How?
 
  Loving Your Neighbor as Yourself - How?  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:30
 
One of the most difficult mitzvot is to love your neighbor like yourself. How can you love someone else as much as you love yourself? Rabbi Nachman teaches us to focus on the good points...


The Snake Bite
 
  The Snake Bite  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:30
 
We received from Hashem a wonderful gift - the right to speak - which is distinct from all living things on earth. What happens if this gift becomes a corrupting tool? Hashem removed us from the Beit HaMikdash...


The Vortex of Faith
 
  The Vortex of Faith  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:31
 
When we only hear unclear and frightening new about the pandemic, it's easy to forget that Someone runs the world. The virus does not work alone- Someone directs it with clear goals.


Who is in Charge?
 
  Who is in Charge?  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:31
 
We are in a reality that seems almost fanciful. The whole world is full of opinions about where the virus came from and how we eliminate it. The answer to all of these questions is the same!


Purim Light
 
  Purim Light  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:32
 
We are now as close as possible to the big day of the year-Purim. We have the opportunity to bring salvation by our prayers, because everyone who extends his hand...


You Must Rejoice!
 
  You Must Rejoice!  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:32
 
In our generation, it is a must to be happy. Rabbi Nachman writes that sadness brings all diseases. The Yetzer Hara wants us to be sad even more than to sin. So we must do everything and be happy, always!


Mishpatim: Holy Mouth
 
  Mishpatim: Holy Mouth  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 11/15/2020, 12:33
 
In parashat Mishpatim, it says "midvar sheker tirchak". It is clear that you must stay away from letting anything bad come from your mouth.


One Heart at Sinai
 
  One Heart at Sinai  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 10/30/2020, 12:57
 
After all the hardships of the journey, B'nei Israel finally arrive at the Mount Sinai to dedicate themselves to receiving the Torah. Moshe Rabbeinu ascends and then brings down the Ten Commandments.


Seeing Miracles
 
  Seeing Miracles  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 10/30/2020, 12:58
 
The Jewish people left Egypt, and are standing at the shores of the sea as the Egyptians chase after them. God splits the sea, and the Jewish people walk through on dry land. We also have lots of miracles in our lives.


Bo: The Guardian of Israel
 
  Bo: The Guardian of Israel  
 
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 11/15/2020, 12:32
 
G-d commands the Jews to keep His commandments. Chazal teaches that for the mitzvah itself, Hashem pays us a large "wage," but the real merit only comes to those who fulfill the commandments with joy.


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