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We all experience the pain of being treated unjustly by others. Anger is the natural reaction, yet it's counter-productive and often self-destructive. The story of Joseph and his brothers teaches us how to deal with these feelings...
A moment of faith does not separate between long-lost loves. It holds them together...
Your brothers sell you into slavery, and years later they beg you for food. What would you do to them?
For others we can cry, but for ourselves we must act
In Jewish tradition, prayer is an activity with distinctly violent connotations . . .
Judah—more than anyone else in the Torah—changes.
A rabbi shares words you should never say to a mourner
Some things are obvious: Don't stride in and announce to all present the latest mazal tov in your family. Don't sit on the side, ignoring the mourner while chatting and giggling with a friend.
A collection of laws that pertain to traveling. Studying while traveling, praying while traveling the Traveler’s Prayer, and more.
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...
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