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Vayera: Boundaries of Growth  
  Vayera: Boundaries of Growth  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Update date: 10/16/2021, 20:30
 
We need tremendous Heavenly assistance in erecting proper boundaries that protect without repelling and that give us space to grow and develop.  


Noach: Staying Afloat  
  Noach: Staying Afloat  
 
By David Ben Horin
Update date: 10/2/2021, 20:47
 
What makes life such a stormy sea are the turbulent waters of heresy and defeat. One needs a strong emotional and spiritual sea craft to stay afloat…  


Noach: A Tzaddik in His Generation  
  Noach: A Tzaddik in His Generation  
 
By Rebbetzin Rena Silber
Update date: 10/2/2021, 20:46
 
Ideas that great Torah scholars struggled with years ago, are the topic of every day conversation now...  


Bereishit: Acting on Our Beginnings  
  Bereishit: Acting on Our Beginnings  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Update date: 9/28/2021, 20:22
 
We’ve finally managed to put the last of the Sukkah decorations in the storage room and the Sukkah wallsare safely stored in the basement. Our house is beginning to return...  


Ekev: Service with a Smile  
  Ekev: Service with a Smile  
 
By Rabbi Baruch Gartner
Update date: 7/25/2021, 04:46
 
The difference between the tzaddikim and normal people is the extra effort tzaddikim devote to doing Hashem’s will and to bring Him gratification…  


Va  
  Va'echanan: Commanded Love  
 
By Rabbi Baruch Gartner
Update date: 7/19/2021, 07:41
 
Two newlyweds on their honeymoon; romance is in the air. The husband turns to his new bride and in a stern voice says, “My dear, I command you to love me…”  


Devarim: A Way With Words  
  Devarim: A Way With Words  
 
By Rabbi Baruch Gartner
Update date: 7/11/2021, 04:51
 
We all know the feeling. You speak, but the person you are talking to just doesn’t hear. It might be your kids, spouse, boss, or employee. What’s missing?  


Korach: Arrogance or Humility?  
  Korach: Arrogance or Humility?  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 6/6/2021, 04:24
 
Korach was a brilliant person to whom wisdom, wealth and achievement came easily. He believed it was due to his own prowess…  


Terumah: The Garden of the Good Life  
  Terumah: The Garden of the Good Life  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 2/13/2021, 19:33
 
Its beauty cannot be expressed in a poem or captured in any picture; all the tastes, fragrances and sights in the world can be found in this wondrous garden...  


Mishpatim: Nowhere to Hide  
  Mishpatim: Nowhere to Hide  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 2/6/2021, 19:59
 
If the Torah tells the lowest individual - the slave – how to govern his affairs, then the Torah has some great advice for the rest of us, too.  


Mishpatim: Holy Man  
  Mishpatim: Holy Man  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 2/6/2021, 19:57
 
(Shemot 21:1-24:18) - "And you shall be holy men to Me" (Shemot 22:30) - Why is it written "holy men to Me" instead of "holy to Me"?  


Yitro: The Royal Carriage  
  Yitro: The Royal Carriage  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 1/30/2021, 19:27
 
Do we really think about the receiving the Torah? We’ve got other problems - debts, health problems, pressure at work, dealing with the kids…  


Yitro: A Lesson in Humility  
  Yitro: A Lesson in Humility  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 1/30/2021, 19:24
 
The Midrash says that when God decided to give the Torah to the Jews, all of the mountains in the desert...  


Beshalach: The Merit of the Righteous  
  Beshalach: The Merit of the Righteous  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 1/23/2021, 19:21
 
What were their weapons? The remains of Yosef! A righteous person is a shield for his people, and the "righteous are even greater in death than in life."  


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