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David Brook lives in Sydney, Australia, and has been selling his art since he was in high school. He is currently painting and doing web illustrations.
Artist's Statement: This is a painting of Nachshon Ben Aminadav who walked into the sea when the Egyptians where chasing the Jews. He continued walking until the water reached his nostrils, then it parted and the nation was able to cross on dry land.
Artist's Statement: Reb Bunim used to tell this story to his followers the first time they visited him: There was once an impoverished man by the name of Reb Isaac ben Yakil of Krakow. He lived in poverty for many years, not knowing where his next crust o...
Artist’s Statement: Jewish wedding painted after seeing a quote from Hitler, “Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized.”
The painting is divided into four sections which represent the four spiritual worlds.
Artist's Statement: This is a painting I did of the menorah on the last night of Chanukah last year.
Artist's Statment: My depiction of Rambam's Menorah. The Rambam drew a detailed image of how the Menorah appeared in the Bet Hamikdash, this is my take on it.
I know that there are religions in which it's a great thing to die for your faith, and doing so makes you a saint or gets you a ticket to paradise. What is the Jewish view? Is a person supposed to die for his beliefs?
Method and Rationale of the Translator
The Tanya—or "Collected Talks," as its author, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, titled it—is meant to guide you to the wisdom you need to fulfill your purpose in life. But we don't all read the same words the same way. One reader finds familiar concepts in ...
Why does success evoke arrogance in some and humility in others?
What is the key to graciously accepting blessings in life while not growing callous because of them? Rabbi Schneur Zalman offers the answer, through a study of the words of Jacob, the archetypal beneficiary.
We pride ourselves on the extent to which we "plan" our lives. But every so often, we are confronted with something that is neither of our making nor in our control...
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