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A Lesson from Everything

How does a painting compel us to see its subject in a new light? And how is this to be applied to the art of life? A letter to a depressed artist
Pain, gain and their rate of return
In Torah, as in nature, there are exoteric and esoteric forces; one hundred and ninety-eight years ago, one of the latter electrified Jewish life
Parallels that are worlds apart
The Job of an Accountant
"I note from your stationery that you are a chartered accountant, I want to call your attention to the well known teaching of our Sages, based on the principle of 'Know Him in all your ways...'"
What we learn from the simple soldier, and how to apply those lessons to our daily lives.
A Lesson from an IDF Emblem
One of the characteristics of the deer is that “its hide does not constrain its flesh.” In other words, the extremely taut skin of the deer does not inhibit its growth but, on the contrary, adapts itself and conforms to it.
There is an element of that tumultous time that should be preserved..
The Well-Stocked Pharmacy
Entering into the interior of the pharmacy, one notices a section marked: Warning! Deadly Poison! One may wonder, what is poison doing in a place designated for cures and balms?
Soul Wash
Clothes and linen, before we put them on, are clean and smoothlypressed—everything in its proper place. But after wearing them for a while, they become creased, dusty or stained.
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