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Naftali Silberberg

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Rabbi Silberberg resides in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, Chaya Mushka, and their three children.
a. The verse states (Psalms 81:4), “Blow the shofar at the moon's renewal, at the time appointed (bakeseh) for our festive day.” The word bakeseh also means “hidden.” From this our sages infer that the time of the holiday of Rosh Hashanah is meant to be s...
Understanding Relationships
The Kabbalah of Marriage
Relationships seem to be an enigma. Uncovering the quintessential relationship between G-d and man, which mirrors our very own marriages, sheds light on this most challenging topic.
According to chassidic teachings, Yom Kippur falling on Shabbat doesn’t “deprive” us of the pleasures which Shabbat normally affords us. Rather the extremely holy nature of Yom Kippur accomplishes the same objective . . .
Two critiques. One claims that the U.S. is too harsh. Another arguing that it is too soft.
Ethics 4:2
I’m building my spiritual photo album. Hopefully, all the pictures will be high resolution, and all graced with genuine smiles. But perhaps I’m missing out on something . . .
We'll hear or see something, or someone fails to come through for us in a certain area, and we immediately draw conclusions, pronounce judgment, and already map a course of action to redress the perceived wrong—only to later learn of the larger context...
He was standing at the entrance of the strip mall, his front and back covered by identical, cumbersome cardboard signs. He was still there a few hours later when I returned from the synagogue . . .
Though exile is a time when G-d’s presence in our lives isn’t manifest as it was—and will soon again be—during the Holy Temple glory days, it by no means signals a hiatus in our relationship with Him.
Was anything accomplished? Is there any point in agreeing on a goal, if there is no consensus regarding its implementation?
"Lubavitcher Rebbe," he asked, "why do you cry? After all, we did all that we could..."
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