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Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz—father of seven, husband of Dina, and spiritual leader at Chabad Jewish Center in Temecula, Calif.—has been rendered immobile by ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Unable to speak or type, he uses his eyes to write heartfelt thoughts on the weekly Torah portion.
A Commentary on the Haftarah of Simchat Torah
We have to take it to a whole new level, each according to his or her ability, making it part of who we are.
A Commentary on the Haftarah for the Second Day of Rosh Hashanah
G-d loves us so much, and he will have compassion and redeem us.
A Commentary on the Haftarah of Parshat Haazinu
By overcoming the darkness, the light is greater than it would have been without the difficulty.
A Commentary on the Haftarah of the First Day of Sukkot
The greats of past generations served G-d through intellect, but it is we who will bring Moshiach through our unquestioning faith.
A Commentary on the Haftarah of Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
We will reap the benefits of our toil in this dark exile and we will be forever together with G-d.
After you build the Holy Temple, take it home with you, allow the holiness to be part of your daily life.
A Commentary on the Parshah of Bereishit
We were not just chosen because of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Rather, we are part of G-d's plan from the very beginning.
A Commentary on the Haftarah of the Second day of Sukkot (in the Diaspora)
That is our mission, to make this finite world into a home for G‑d, who is infinite.
Each of us has so much good in our lives. Even within the suffering and difficulties, there is so much good to be found.
This is what the sounds of the shofar are all about: a cry from the depths of our souls. And that is what breaks through the gates of heaven and reaches G‑d, our father.
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