16 Adar 5781 / Sunday, February 28, 2021 | Torah Reading: Tetzaveh
 
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Tetzaveh: Connect to the Tzaddik  
  Tetzaveh: Connect to the Tzaddik  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 2/21/2021, 07:49
 
Pure oil was brought to Moshe because he was the true Tzaddik who could awaken and illuminate the soul of each individual Jew, which is rooted in the Torah...  


Terumah - Turn Cruelty into Mercy  
  Terumah - Turn Cruelty into Mercy  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 2/13/2021, 19:25
 
We are naturally selfish by nature. When we get out of worrying about ourselves and our problems and give to others, we gain more than what we gave - physically and spiritually.  


Mishpatim: Time and Shabbos  
  Mishpatim: Time and Shabbos  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 2/6/2021, 19:51
 
We can taste and experience a little bit of Heaven here in this world through the holiness of Shabbat – including the feeling of the nullification of time...  


Yitro: The Power of Desire  
  Yitro: The Power of Desire  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/30/2021, 19:18
 
Our only choice is either to want or to despair. The pain of wanting without realizing our goal fuels us to pray and work even harder. There is no despair!  


Beshalach: The Lost Princess and the Inner Child  
  Beshalach: The Lost Princess and the Inner Child  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/23/2021, 19:14
 
During a person’s entire life he is on a journey to reach the goal, to actualize all of the potential he has inside and to be who he is truly supposed to be...  


Bo: Good Points  
  Bo: Good Points  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/23/2021, 20:09
 
The good inside of me is one with Hashem. The minute that a person recognizes this and appreciates it, it’s like flicking a switch…  


Va  
  Va'eira: Thank You  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/9/2021, 20:14
 
When we work on thanking and praising Hashem, this helps us to see Him more and more in our lives. Our (spiritual) eyes begin to see a different picture.  


Shemot: Cry Out!  
  Shemot: Cry Out!  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/2/2021, 18:32
 
In our current exile, our only option is to cry out to God, just as our ancestors did in Egypt. Just as God heard their cries, He will certainly hear ours!  


Vayechi: Happiness!  
  Vayechi: Happiness!  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 1/2/2021, 18:49
 
What does it mean that being happy is a choice, and how do we choose happiness, when the circumstances of our lives are so negative, and so difficult?  


Vayeshev: Stories  
  Vayeshev: Stories  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 12/5/2020, 18:24
 
Sometimes we understand messages about life better through a story. Stories can touch our hearts in a deeper way than hearing the same thing directly.  


VaYishlach: Grab Whatever You Can!  
  VaYishlach: Grab Whatever You Can!  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:47
 
Oftentimes we get frustrated that we don't accomplish everything that we want, or that we face obstacles that we didn’t expect. Just grab what you can!  


Vayeitzei - Persistent Prayer  
  Vayeitzei - Persistent Prayer  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/21/2020, 18:48
 
Sometimes we get discouraged because we have been praying for so long and still don’t have results. Be determined and keep trying! Every prayer matters!  


Toldot - Born or Bred?  
  Toldot - Born or Bred?  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/14/2020, 18:22
 
There is a great debate about whether our character traits are inborn and unchangeable, or developed through the course of our lives. The Torah says that both are true...  


Chayei Sarah: Stay Young  
  Chayei Sarah: Stay Young  
 
By Moshe Neveloff
Update date: 11/7/2020, 18:57
 
Age is not about our physical age, but rather, about our mindset. As Rebbe Nachman said, “It is forbidden to be old!”  


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