Inspiration

Infectious Joy

Mar 27, 2020Comments off

The last words that we merited to hear from the Lubavitcher Rebbe were “with an abundance of song and chorus.” Even when the Rebbe himself

Alone Together

Mar 20, 2020Comments off

Hundreds are hospitalized in isolation, hundreds of thousands who have possibly been exposed to the novel corona virus are in quarantine and everyone else has

Inner Sparks – Short Inner Sparks to ...

Feb 16, 2014No Comments

 This Weeks New INNER SPARK     Before the Ba’al Shem Tov passed away, his disciples asked him by what criteria they should choose a successor. He

I Thank God with All My Heart

Apr 26, 2012No Comments

In the book, Beit Aharon, compiled by Rabbi Aharon of Karlin, there is an interpretation of the opening verse in Psalms 111, “Praise God! I

The Mind’s Eye, the Heart’s Eye

Jul 25, 20111 Comment

Both the mind and the heart possess an “inner eye.” On Shabbat the inner eye of the mind opens to see Godliness in contemplative meditation.

What to Pray For

Jun 09, 2011No Comments

Bat Sheva prayed that her son, Solomon, be wise and fitting for prophecy. David’s other wives prayed that their sons be fitting to rule. King

Never Too Late

May 18, 20111 Comment

Never give up. It’s never too late. Apparent irreversible damage is also reversible. Even when it’s all over it’s not over. Life goes on. Maybe

Mitzvah: Close to God

May 10, 2011No Comments

The sign of having done a good deed is feeling close to God. Feeling far, estranged from God is the sign of having done something

Ruling in the Exception

Apr 26, 2011No Comments

Progress in science (and society) is made by taking note of details that a previous theory is unable to account for. The history of modern

No Body – No Anger

Apr 07, 20111 Comment

The phrase “He is not a body and not a power in a body” (אינו גוף ולא כח בגוף) contains 16 letters. Written as a

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