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It’s easier to point a finger than to look inward. The human tendency to judge others is both superficial and dishonest, as it is often a projection of our own inner negativity. In this lesson, we explore methods of challenging our inner cynic and feeling...
Looking Beyond the Labels
Our strength as a people has always lied in our unity, but what is the key to transcending our differences? Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet explores the danger of religious prejudice and judgmental tendencies, and the fundamental imperative to foster loving respe...
We worry at times how G-d will judge us. You needn't worry any longer. G-d tells us that we set His judgment barometer. The way we judge others is precisely the way He judges us
A Taste of Text—Shoftim
There is always some explanation, some justification, some perspective for another’s behavior. If you cannot see it, you are not fit to be a judge.
When seeing a wrong, do we have a moral responsibility to get involved and object or is it solely between that individual and G-d.
Rachel's Lesson in Life and in Death
Do people sometimes make you SO mad? But maybe there is another perspective...
How to rebuke another
The Rebbe explains the best way to rebuke a fellow who is seemingly guilty of sin.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Tazria
Freud and Einstein on the nature of conflict, and the Baal Shem Tov on man’s inner struggle. The mystical secret is to know that the world is full of mirrors to place the enemy in plain sight.
Learning Pirkei Avot: chapter 1, mishnah 6
Make for yourself a rabbi, acquire for yourself a friend, and judge everyone favorably.
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