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If you were a granola bar about to be eaten, what would you have to celebrate?
Understanding Simcha on Five Levels
Serving G-d with joy and gladness of the heart is a fundamental teaching of the Torah. Learn five layers of meaning to Simcha for a mitzvah.
Wisdom at the Western Wall
Filmed during Sukkot at the Western Wall, visitors to Judaism's most holy site show what it looks like to perform the mitzvah of being happy.
Happiness is knowing that you are small. Happiness is knowing that you are the most important thing in the universe.
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 12, "Yismach"
The final step focuses on joy. Judaism teaches we are inherently capable of transforming the universe—and the world is intrinsically preordained for it. However it can only be achieved if we serve G-d in perpetual happiness, which seems like mission impos...
Joy in the Torah’s ‘Threats and Curses’
Several days ago a Texas mom named Candace Payne posted a video of herself laughing hysterically wearing a talking Chewbacca mask; it's since gone viral. Chewbacca roared, she laughed, and millions are laughing with her. But why? The setup is mundane: A w...
The Torah’s advice on motivation and inspiration in our daily Jewish practice.
Torah is referred to as a beautiful song and melody.
The story of the perfect guy’s proposal
Why the constant focus on joy, and how do we increase in our joy during the month of Adar? Comparing and contrasting the holidays of Purim and Pesach sheds light on how to serveG-d with greater joy.
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Stick Figure Vignette: Parshat Ki-Tavo
A man and his stomach have a party.
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