Shavua Tov! Our sages teach that the month of Elul is an opportune time to get close to Hashem, for in Elul, the King is in the field, whereas in Tishri, He is sitting on His throne in the palace, where few have access to Him, as we learn in today's emuna lesson:
A laudable indication of character strength is one's willingness to admit a mistake, and not to hide from it. Hashem regards a person's confession as strength, not weakness. Let's start the month of Elul with a zap of emuna and teshuva. Enjoy today's shiur and have a successful new month!
Is life after death a Jewish concept? What awaits a person after the physical life? Is the "near death experience" (NDE) something substantiated in the Talmud and Zohar? What happens to the soul after it leaves the body? Let's get some answers:
You're not alone! There's a Creator of the world, a loving Father. Why break your head against a wall trying to cope on your own? The more you connect to Hashem, the greater your potential, as you'll find out in today's emuna lesson:
More and more research is piling up showing the "innocent" text messaging is not so innocent. It is a killer of marriages, of relationships between parents and children and devastating to one's physical health as well. Here are some life-saving things to think about:
Surfers and skateboarders are all too familiar with the term "wipeout". Like in the sea, life is full of powerful waves that send even the strongest surfers into the frequent flyer program. So what do you do? Let's find out with today's emuna lesson:
Welcome to the daily web journal of author, spiritual guide and inspirational speaker Rabbi Lazer Brody, the English-language editor of Breslev Israel web magazine. Featured also is co-author Racheli Reckles, senior staff writer of Breslev Israel web magazine, life coach, Zumba queen, pianist and mother of 5.