A Jew who believes in Hashem and trusts His Divine Providence has a different perspective to life's challenges. He sees them as a part of Divine Providence for him. This realization empowers him to face these challenges with peace of mind and a joyful heart.
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The meeting began as expected. She told me how we didn't meet our goals. I waited for her to drop the sword and fire me. Instead...
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In a world where people often throw away their identities, Quirky Turkey reminds us all that we don't have to be turkeys to be good people; we have to be who we really are...
Eden is a very talented and extremely special young lady of eleven who not only listens to emuna CDs but speaks to Hashem every day in sincere personal prayer...
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Special for Breslev Kids: HaShem created earthworms to mix soil that has hardened; it helps the plants grow in a soft, fertile garden....
There are people who mock rabbis and Torah scholars as "useless" and "out of touch." Not surprisingly, their children learn to view rabbis as such. This approach destroys the last hope of saving their children from the spiritually deadly epidemics afflicting modern society.
"If the Satan did not blind our eyes, we would all see that these children [in secular schools] are like the children on the trains to Auschwitz.” Saving a captured soul is the greatest mitzvah, especially today!
Military experts are rightfully concerned about the Home Front and are arming and fortifying border settlements. Likewise, we must fortify Jewish homes because true victory in the campaign only comes when the Shechina (Divine Presence) is with us.
Your family needs to see how happy you are when you study Torah! If they see this joy, they will surely follow your example. However, if they see you focusing on other matters, it won't help to tell them to learn because you've shown them that you have different priorities in your life.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity: Until 15-Av, the Kalever Rebbe will daven specifically for whoever tries to make a shidduch -to merit brachot, goodness, and salvations in all matters.
Society tells us to delay marriage. The Sages however, tell us how important it is to marry at a proper time.
Are you looking for a soulmate for yourself or a child? Read Rabbi Arush's sound advice for a successful match!
The bond between a Jew and a non-Jew is not one of everlasting love. Happiness can only come from building a Jewish home together with a true-life partner.