Believing in Hashem means also that you believe that Hashem's love for you is unconditional and beyond bounds. That's the type of emuna that will give you happiness and peace of mind always, as we'll learn in today's shiur. Enjoy it and have a beautiful new week!
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A wife's wrath gnaws at a husband's confidence and self-image, two of his major emotional tools for coping with the commercial and professional world. Even worse, anger destroys income as we learn in today's emuna shiur. After you hear about the two wolves, you'll enjoy reading about Racheli's encounter with the "Chutzpa Cat" in the post directly below. Enjoy both and have a wonderful new week!
What's the connection between the Aleinu prayer and Donald Trump? Hopefully, soon, every human on earth will realize his or her inalienable right to establish their own personal relationship with the Creator and to speak to Him whenever they choose. Enjoy today's emuna lesson and have a lovely new week!
Would you like to live a long and pleasurable life? Our sages share with us the secrets of longevity, which we are happy to share with you in today's shiur. Enjoy it and have a lovely new week!
A tremendous spiritual awakening is going on now. On the other hand, a world of darkness and negative influences are pulling young people off the path of observant Judaism. What do we do, especially as parents? Today's emuna lesson will illuminate our path. Enjoy it and have a lovely new week!
Today is the Tenth of Teveth. Who do we go from the high of Chanuka to the low of today's fast day in a mere week? Isn't that a little extreme? Also, Rav Shalom Arush shlit'a says that anyone who asks, "How was Chanuka?" doesn't understand the power and significance of Chanuka. The light of Chanuka stays with us not only for the rest of the year, but forever. Enjoy today's emuna lesson and have a wonderful and rewarding new week!/p>
This coming Sunday is a fast day, the Tenth of Teveth.
The Tenth of Teveth is a day of mourning, repentance and fasting, where we refrain from eating and drinking from daybreak to nightfall. What is its significance for posterity? Why do we go from a high of Chanuka to a low of the Tenth of Teveth? Today's shiur from the Chut Shel Chesed English-language Kollel in Jerusalem will give us a lot more insight and help us have a meaningful fast. It will also show the Torah's view of political correctness; we hope you find it enlightening: