People become disappointed and disheartened when they have to deal with setback after setback. But as long as they're still alive, the game's not over. Here's a strategy to turn your losing battle into the greatest victory imaginable...
Why is Aliya so hard? Why do so many problems arise, especially with adolescents, once a family makes Aliya? How does a person succeed in Aliya?
Today's shiur, entitled "Aliya - Why so Hard?" will provide us with one clear answer for all these probing questions. It will take this evening (Wednesday), G-d willing, at 7:00 PM local time at our Chut Shel Chessed Yeshiva, 13 Shmuel Hanavi Street, Jerusalem, in the main sanctuary. You can see today's lesson here - the broadcast, as well as our lessons posted from now on - are Mac and iPod compatible. If you tune in too early to the live broadcast link, you'll be sent to the main page of the Breslev Israel website, so try to tune in on time
As always, the live shiur is open to the public - both men and women are welcome - so if you're anywhere near Jerusalem, come on by! If you are not able to view today's broadcast live, then G-d willing, you'll be able to see the video tape of it on this coming Sunday's Lazer Beams.
Would is the task of a Jew in the world? What is the task of a Noahide in the world? Will the Noahides have a portion in the world to come? Who must learn the 7 Noahide Commandments? Let's get some answers:
A person's birthday is a time for self-assessment. What have I done and where am I going? What does it mean to be an independent Jewish nation? Let's ask ourselves some tough national questions and seek some answers:
Why do we count the Omer? If we are looking forward to Shavuot so much, why not count how many days left rather than how many days have transpired since Pesach? Enjoy this week's 40-minute emuna lesson, and we hope it will make your Omer so much more meaningful.