A most important of emuna is gratitude, not only to Hashem, but to all those wonderful people who do favors for us.
We owe a big debt of gratitude to our dentists, for helping us maintain the attractiveness of our smile. A good dentist surely helps to keep his patient healthy, but does he realize that he helps his patients to save other people's lives?
Also featured this week:
Rav Shalom Arush - We Have the Power
Ask Racheli - Kids Want Games
Dr. Zev Ballen - The Grand Perfidy
Racheli Reckles - Ostriches and Pedophiles
Natalie Kovan - A Stuck Soul
Rivka Levy - World of Imperfection
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber - Tu B'Shvat and Shehecheyanu
David Perlow - Preemptive Emuna
Rabbi Dovid Charlop - The Holy Firstborn, about this week's Torah portion, Parshat Bo
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