The encouraging and emuna-filled words of our beloved teacher Rav Shalom Arush shlit'a as he eulogized his baby granddaughter Feigie Chana bat Shimon Machlouf ob"m inspired today's emuna lesson. Enjoy it and have a lovely new week!
It's difficult to budge people from their comfort zones in LA, Miami, NYC, London or even Paris. They ask, "What in the world do we need Geula and Moshiach for?" G-d willing, today's shiur will provide their answer. Enjoy it and have a wonderful new week!
The "Shovevim" period is an opportune time for us to take an honest look at ourselves. Are we using our time properly? Are we wasting our lives on social media and aimlessly surfing on the web? By testing ourselves, we avoid being tested by the Heavenly Court. Prepare a pen and a sheet of paper, and enjoy today's lesson, where you will be testing yourself, for this could be the most important lesson you ever hear. If you don't have a problem, you'll get the tools to help a loved one who does have a problem. Feel free to tell others about this vital shiur, which could save a person's marriage, livelihood, or even his or her children:
Moses leaves Egypt at age 20, and all of a sudden reappears in Midian more than fifty-five years later, at age 75 or so. Why doesn't the Torah tell us anything about what happened in between? Enjoy this week's emuna talk and have a wonderful new week!
Rav Shalom is here speaking to an intimate gathering in Toronto, telling those in attendance just how much Hashem loves them and wants the best for them. Hashem has given me the privilege to translate his uplifting words, so that you too can hear and understand the words of one of this generation's spiritual pillars. Enjoy it:
My heart really goes out for my Sephardi brothers, whose representation in Knesset has been splintered by internal bickering and a war for who will lead. My emuna lesson - taped this past Wednesday night on the 10th of Teveth - explains exactly what's happening from a historical/emuna standpoint, and how to rectify the situation, all with no holds barred and straight talk from the heart. Enjoy it and have a wonderful new week:
Many have requested to view the replay of one of Rav Shalom Arush's recent lectures in the USA with my simultaneous translation. Thanks to our friends from the Chazaq Organization in Brooklyn, here it is. Enjoy and have a wonderful Shabbat!