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Moshe Miller was born in South Africa and received his yeshiva education in Israel and America. He is a prolific author and translator, with some twenty books to his name on a wide variety of topics, including an authoritative, annotated translation of the Zohar. He has developed a coaching-type approach to dealing with life's issues based on Chassidism and Kabbalah—a tool for dealing with normal issues that everyone faces as well as issues psychologists usually address, often ineffectively.
Purpose as the foundation of Chabad’s psychological approach
Psychology and Chabad Chassidism In seeking to achieve a healthy mental life, classical psychology’s central questions are “What’s the problem, and what caused it?” In Freudian psychoanalysis, the answer is found in the early life of the subject, particul...
Just as on Yom Kippur, the High Priest adorns himself with four white garments, Esther too "donned her royal garb…and stood in the inner courtyard of the king."
Just as on Yom Kippur, the High Priest adorns himself with four white garments, Esther too "donned her royal garb…and stood in the inner courtyard of the king."
Shabbat provides spiritual nourishment for each weekday.
Shabbat provides spiritual nourishment for each weekday.
G-d rejoiced at the Giving of the Torah even more than when the world was created.
G-d rejoiced at the Giving of the Torah even more than when the world was created.
Revealed actions on our part generate revealed responses from the Creator.
Revealed actions on our part generate revealed responses from the Creator.
The Zohar teaches that Shavuot unites the holiness of the other holidays.
The Zohar teaches that Shavuot unites the holiness of the other holidays.
Translation and commentary by Moshe Miller.
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