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When you feel pulled in so many different directions, by all your many responsibilties, how do you find balance?
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 3
The sun and the moon as symbols for innovation and tradition. Should Judaism adapt with the times or resist the changes of modernity? Guest Expert: Rabbi Manis Friedman. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 3)
The right way to achieve progress
The month of Elul is a time for introspection. While we may have big plans for change, it's the little things in life that can have a huge impact.
It is an ancient idea that everything in the universe also exists within us on a small scale. Jewish tradition has plenty of sources mapping the body into the world’s processes, the Torah’s commandments, and the ethical trajectory of human life. The body ...
Torah and neurological perspectives on brain and behavior plasticity
Do human beings have the ability to change, or are we genetically hardwired to think, feel, and act in certain ways? Torah ethics and neurological research both indicate that the key to change lies in behavior and practice. When we change our behavior for...
Spiritual Development: Lesson 1
Ever watch an acrobat achieve amazing feats? Train yourself for a high level performance through spiritual change.
The youth rebellion of the 60s saw an explosion of counterculture movements fighting the status quo across the Western world. As many wrote off the radicalism of their children, the Rebbe embraced their passion, arguing that it all stemmed from a thirst f...
According to the talmudic sage Rabbi Yitzchak, the advent of the Messianic Era is a revolutionary upturning of heretical governments. The sage Rava offers another, less violent interpretation of this revolution.
After calling for revolution at an anti- Vietnam War rally, Larry Caroline lost his position as a philosophy professor at the University of Texas, and his academic career. After making his journey to Judaism and reporting the events to the Rebbe almost a ...
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