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Everything is for the Good

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As a young teen, I hung back in the shadows at parties. It seemed that I alone was never asked to dance. I was too tall, too curly, too dark, too smart… too something. Even though, in retrospect, it was a blessing, nonetheless, the girl I was at that mome...
This class gives us the Chassidic perspective on the purpose of human suffering and the ideal way to react to it.
A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.
We make mistakes. And we pay for them, sometimes quite dearly. Does this mean that we should accept that we have, in effect, "lost" a portion of our life? What about someone serving a life sentence in prison?
Chana Question: Why do we often see married couples who yearn for children and would be wonderful parents, yet perpetually suffer from infertility? Contrast this with the many children born to parents who never wanted them or neglect and abuse them -- whe...
Why did the butler forget all about Joseph? And what would have happened if he hadn’t?
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. V, p. 239ff. I. {“There is no word in the Torah that does not possess sublime [mystic] secrets and paths [of conduct] for men to follow.” Zohar, Vol. I, p. 201a.} For this reason, the Torah relates [many details] concerning [the stor...
Jewish perspectives on how to stay positive amidst challenges and trying times.
The Kabbalistic and Chassidic masters did everything in their power to distance themselves from sadness. They know the secret that happiness is the engine that drives life. In this lesson, we explore some common things that tend to bring us down and what ...
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