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Aharon Loschak

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Rabbi Aharon Loschak is a writer, editor and rabbi, who lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his family. Editor of JLI's popular Torah Studies program, he is passionate about teaching transformational Jewish ideas.
A person can be expected to think a certain way, but a person cannot be expected to feel a certain way.
One of the most powerful tools we humans possess is the ability to rewrite our own past by reframing the story.
When darkness creeps into your life, turn on the light.
Good things are in store for you, because your future starts right now.
Why name the parshah after the secondary character?
If G‑d plants someone in your circle of influence who needs you, be there for them—even if it’s not your thing.
Moses was a true leader; he cared deeply for his people. So when he saw the moral failings of an entire group, he immediately looked inward.
The people in the desert were being gaslit, and big time.
Ceremony on Sunday, June 19, follows a hallowed Jewish tradition
Rabbi Shneur Oirechman was utterly distraught one early morning last month as he beheld the devastation wrought upon the Chabad-Lubavitch center he directs in Tallahassee, Fla. On May 8, a blaze ripped through the building in the middle of the night, and ...
The rabbi asked, “Do you want to learn?” Shmuel replied, “No. But I want to want to learn.”
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