Rebbe Natan teaches that the first light is the strongest light and the most significant, not only in Chanukah but as a basic rule of life that everyone should know. Enjoy this shiur and have a lovely new week and a joyous and illuminating Chanukah!
Shavua Tov! Here is the shiur that many people requested. When I wrote that the victims of the October 27, 2018 Pittsburgh massacre were martyrs, a number of voices objected, asking how anyone can deem those who violate Torah as martyrs? With Hashem's loving grace, here are my answers in today's lesson…
Shavua Tov! Our esteemed and beloved rabbi and teacher Rav Shalom Arush shlit'a asks, "Is it a sin to forget about your troubles for a half hour every day?" How do we do that and what do we gain? Enjoy this encouraging shiur and have a lovely new week!
Today's shiur is a vital encapsulation of Rabbi Shalom Arush's teachings during our recent North American tour about what emuna really is; it's a game-changer, a lifesaver, and the fast route to genuine emuna, which will change your whole outlook on life. Don't miss this…
Shavua Tov! Each happening in life falls into the category of thought, speech and deed, or combination of them. Each thought, speech or deed, when assessed on a spiritual level, falls into one of four quality levels, which we'll learn today with Hashem's help:
Congratulations to Mrs. Talia Lunon, who won was the first person to accurately interpret the image below; here's her answer, from Oct. 11, 2018, 10:30 AM:
"I love this visual – Blue – Go for it, it’s a mitzvah; Green – Its permissible; Yellow – Caution, probably not feeling good about what you are doing; Red – Forget it! – Sin"
Mazal Tov, Mrs. Lunon - in the coming days, you'll be receiving a lovely prize in the mail courtesy of Breslev Israel.
Here's a moving midnight message about gratitude that I had the privilege of recording from the ancient Cohanim neighborhood a few hundred meters from the Kotel, the Western Wall remnant of our Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Sincere gratitude to our dear friend Avi Nussenzweig who filmed this. Enjoy and G-d bless: