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Bitachon (Trust in G-d)

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Bitachon (Trust in G-d): faith and trust in G-d; this is not the belief in G-d per se, rather it is the faith that everything that G-d does--everything that occurs--will be for the good
Analyzing the true meaning of ‘Bitachon’, placing one’s trust in G-d, which goes beyond having faith in G-d. The analysis begins with a closer look at the biblical narratives wherein Moses and Jacob seem to display a lack of complete trust in the Al-might...
Successful people—from Michael Jordan to Steve Jobs—have spoken about accepting the role of failure in the journey towards success. So why are we always so anxious about failures, whether perceived or real? What role does our faith play in our attitude to...
Spiritual Development: Lesson 4
How to trust in G‑d even in times of danger or challenge.
Spiritual Development: Lesson 3
Paradoxically, we achieve control over our lives through surrendering and trusting in G‑d.
Courage and faith for life’s challenges
Deep down, every Jew possesses the spiritual strength to overcome the trials and tribulations of life. But how do we access this ability?
A Practical Guide
How do we learn to cultivate a "peaceful spirit" so that we may remain tranquil in the face of stress? A practical look at the great spiritual virtue of being calm.
Parshah Shemot
"Think good and it will be good" is not just a feel-good slogan. It means that by trusting in G-d, we actually elicit His help from on High. Find out what happened when Moses doubted if he was deserving of G-d's help. (Based on Likutei Sichos volume 36, S...
The Power of Faith to Face Adversity
Faith is the ability to accept that painful experiences can actually be a form of goodness that is beyond the mind's ability to grasp.
A Sukkot Message
Rabbi Dan Roth shows us how to leave our problems at the doorstep of the sukkah, and let G‑d be our “Ultimate Shelter.”
A businessman’s dilemma
When Mr. Bentzion Rader came to the Rebbe seeking advice concerning a serious and complex business problem he was facing, he got down-to-earth counsel as well as spiritual advice.
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