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Vayeitzei Parshah Report
Jono tries to beat the world record for the longest time staying awake, and a talking sheep gives him medical advice. Find out why in this week's Parshah Report!
During a Farbrengen marking the 19th of Kislev, Chief Rabbi of Philadelphia, Rabbi Ephraim Yolles, urges the Rebbe to get some more sleep.
The awesome potential of the G-dly soul may go unrealized only until a moment of truth wakes us up from our spiritual slumber.
What is the Torah's perspective on dreams? Do our dreams have any meaning? And some practical tips for better dreaming.
Phenomenal perspectives on the meaning of dreams
Confronting the demons, fears and insecurities in our lives.
Born in the Soviet Union, Rabbi Mottel Chein is now a communal activist living in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. In the late 1950s, he was a student at the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in Lod, Israel.
Parshah Curiosities: Vayeishev
The Essence of Shavuot
If one had a disturbingly ominous dream, Halachah allows one to fast even on a Sabbath or Festival – notwithstanding the obligation to feast on these days – since the person is distressed over his dream, he would derive 'pleasure' from fasting and not fro...
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