Why are my persistent prayers not answered? I’m thanking Hashem, but I’m not getting what I asked for. What's wrong? The problem comes when you do a mitzvah and expect to get a specific result in a specific time frame...
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Everyone has problems and experiences crises. Rabbi Arush explains how to use those very difficulties to become a magnet of miracles and salvations!
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Elul ... Rosh Hashanah ... teshuvah ... judgment... Who doesn't have inner resistance to taking stock of his life? After all, I have so many deficiencies and so many failures. Rabbi Arush gives a sure-fire solution to winning a positive judgment!
You’ve seen him – the one who learns Torah and seems to have infinite knowledge, can answer any question, and remembers everything. How does he do it?! How can he keep such a mass of information in his head?! Rabbi Arush gives a surprising answer...
How often have we gotten hyped up about making changes in our lives, only to end up with nothing? Can we empower ourselves to return to Hashem? Yes – with emuna in ourselves and in our prayers to Hashem!
The greatest wealth that a person needs in this world are children who walk in the way of Hashem. There is no happiness and wealth like that. How does one achieve that?
A powerful secret to bring down all the blessings you've been waiting for!
We have no prophets who can tell us the meaning of tragedies. A Jew's first thought must be how it relates to him, to spur him to teshuvah.
The laws that prevent men and women from fraternizing together are very serious and cannot be ignored for the sake of a mitzvah.
In the past, nations - especially the daughters of royalty - cherished the trait of modesty. They honored modesty and realized that it represented self-respect. Similarly, Jewish women wear the crown of royalty (modesty).
In today's toxic environment, every mitzvah that you keep is extraordinarily precious! It gives Hashem tremendous gratification when you withstand the impure traits of the nations that surround you.
If a person stretches and pushes himself to perform a mitzvah when it is difficult, eventually he will unleash that mitzvah's sweetness. He will begin to thoroughly enjoy that mitzvah with a true, unmatched pleasure.
Following Hashem’s laws makes you more spiritually sensitive. Start with small, easy laws that you’re probably already doing, and then slowly take on another and another. This is the spiritual journey of Jewish Law – you can scale mountains!
Much discussion is going around about the judicial reforms being proposed in Israel. Read the Kalever Rebbe’s eye-opening article about judiciary systems.