Pirkei Avot 3:7…Rabbi Yaakov would say: One who walks along a road and studies, and interrupts his studying to say, "How beautiful is this tree!", "How beautiful
How can we transform the mourning and sorrow over the destruction of the Temple into joy? The prophecies of doom to prophecies of comfort? The
Q: I am in the position to mentor and influence others on their spiritual path to Torah observance. But I myself am far from perfect
The sages say that the Mashiach is born on Tisha B’Av, the ninth of Av, the Jewish national day of mourning for the destroyed Temple.
Devarim’s first two verses Let’s look at the first three verses of the Penateuch’s fifth book, or chumash, Deuteronomy (or Devarim): Verse 1: These are
Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak Halevi Horovitz, known as the “Seer of Lublin,” was born in Poland in 5505 (1745). He was the disciple of the holy
Rebbi [Judah HaNassi] would say: Which is the straight path for man to choose for himself? The one that is beautiful for the one who
Q: How can we be sure that we are fulfilling our life’s mission and not making a big mistake? A: Even Aaron the High Priest,
Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how we can apply the lofty teachings of the holy Arizal in our daily lives.