Once, while hunting in the forest, a prince noticed a lovely child in the distance playing a heartwarming melody on a silver flute. The prince laid his rifle down and sat on a tree stump to let the pleasant melody saturate his soul.

Suddenly the music ceased, and the mesmerized prince dashed to find the child and hear this enchanting melody once more. He searched the entire forest, but the child was nowhere to be found.

The prince’s heart yearned deeply for this sweet melody and he spent the rest of his days searching for this special tune.

—The Midrash


Embedded deeply in the Jewish soul lies an unquenchable thirst for the precious music of Torah and its commandments; for fulfillment and spirituality. Our souls search for this melody that we naturally desire.

“Where a lantern is placed, those who seek light gather around – for light attracts.”
Hayom Yom, 13 Teves

“Many things capture our eyes; only a few should capture our heart.”