Looking at Israel news through spiritual eyes, we'd discover that Amalek is the driving force behind much of evil, for he attacks Torah and emuna. But how do we recognize him? Usually, we hear about Haman and Amalek on Purim, so what do they have to do with Shavuot?
Rebbe Nachman says that if you believe you can ruin something, then believe you can rectify; this principle comes straight from the Torah, for Hashem grants another chance... Today's 42-minute emuna lesson will give you a new lease on life. Have a wonderful Shabbat!
Maybe the reason kids nowadays don't respect their parents is because they learn in school that their great grandparents were orangutans.
This Monday night is Passover Seder night. Seder night is a family affair when children, parents, grandparents and great grandparents get together to refresh our awareness that we are descended from holy ancestors whom Hashem delivered from bondage in Egypt. The more we go back in time, the closer we get to our monumentally holy great grandparents. That's why we have so much regard for previous generations. Have a look: