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When I was with her, my mask was off. And being around the real me was something I realized I don’t get to do very often...
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.
Bonding with G-d Through Tragedy
Are the darkest moments of our lives really G-d communicating with us on a higher level? The traditional prayer of mourning -- "Baruch Dayan Emet" -- holds the answer.
We are here as Jews today, because generations of Jews understood this truth: That the exile is not the absence of G‑d’s love and presence, but merely a concealment of His grace.
Yes, loss of loved ones is going to happen, but why in such traumatic ways?
This week’s parshah, Re’eh, starts: “Behold I give before you a blessing and a curse ... ” This is G‑d speaking to the Jewish people (through Moses). We must ask: If G‑d is all good, what does it mean that He gives a curse? G‑d refers to Himself here as a...
Why Tisha B’Av will be a festival in the messianic era?
The teachings of chassidus look beyond the surface of the terrible destruction of the Holy Temple and the subsequent exile, which we mourn during the 3 weeks, and finds the hidden good embedded inside—offering insight into why they’ll ultimately be transf...
The painful questions in life
When things get really tough, when there are dark moments, our sense of justice asks: why is this happening, and why to me?
The invisible G-d and hidden good
A candid texting conversation between a teen and a rabbi about the big questions we all have but are afraid to ask.
This week: Ben wonders why his teacher gives him so much homework and ends up answering his own question.
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