A fur coat is not for everyone:
We must start being ourselves and be proud of who we are.
The notorious "Three Weeks" begin this coming Tuesday with the Fast of 17 Tammuz. Our country is still at war. This behooves us to do our very best to invoke Divine compassion, through enhanced Torah, prayer, holiness, unity and of course, emuna. We all have a solemn duty to pray for our dedicated soldiers who are risking their lives around the clock for the welfare and safety of our nation. We are the King's children and therefore must act accordingly. Read all about it in The Fur Coat, my feature article in this week's exciting new issue of Breslev Israel web magazine.
This week's Torah portion is Matot. We learn about the profound influence that our actions have on subsequent generations in Parental Pathfinding, my elaboration on this week's parsha.
Also featured this week:
Rabbi Shalom Arush - Emuna and the Eyes
Dr. Zev Ballen - The Rabbi and the Mat
Racheli Reckles - Obamacare, Hidden Blessing?
Rivka Levy - How, Without my Rabbi?
David Perlow - The Soldier's Prayer
Yael Karni - Words Never Lost
The IDF needs your help! Join Breslev Israel's wartime effort of spreading emuna, for this is the spiritual support that Israel needs to win the war! Emuna books and CDs are now available at cost, so mobilize now and spread emuna far and wide! If you'd like us to spread the books and CDs for you to IDF soldiers, you can make your tax-deductable donation to the American Friends of Emuna Outreach on the top left-hand toolbar of this site.
Whatever you do, don't stop praying for the welfare of Israel's populace and soldiers, may Hashem protect them, amen!