We all want our prayers to be accepted by Hashem. We want to be counted among those who fear and love Him. We want to develop good middot, holiness, and purity. One prerequisite will bring all of these...
Contrary to logic, one who learns Torah full-time is not a “taker” who lives off the community. For the world to exist and for the Torah to be sustained, there must be a partnership between those who study Torah and those who work.
When Sin Makes Sense
It makes sense to take revenge on someone who harmed you, right? It makes sense to slander someone who "stole" your client, right? No! Hashem wants us to put aside our ego and use His commandments of justice, not ours.
Rabbi Shimon and Mashiach
What Rabbi Arush recently revealed about Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai is important for every one of us, including some important updates on Mashiach and the Geula!
The Power of Selfless Charity
A proven method of finding salvation from your troubles is to give tzeddakah (charity). The Kalever Rebbe explains how tzeddakah and "You shall love your neighbor as yourself" bring salvation, measure for measure.
Don’t Let Them Fool You!
"Did you hear the latest!? Wow, that rabbi should be ashamed of himself! And to think that he teaches Torah!!" S-T-O-P. Rabbi Arush describes the immeasurable suffering you bring on yourself by judging someone else.
To Rid Yourself of Fears
In these tumultuous times of deep uncertainty, how can we truly and finally rid ourselves of our anxieties? Rabbi Arush gives tremendous insight and advice how to achieve inner quiet.
Our Journey as a Stalk of Wheat
Like a stalk of wheat, the seed of every line of Torah we learn and every mitzvah we do grows over time. Like the stalk, we struggle to survive difficulties in our environment.
A “Simple” Jew
The Kotzker Rebbe said that people call a simple Jew “just (stam, in Hebrew) a Jew.” In this case, the word “stam” is an acronym for: Sefer Torah, Tefillin, Mezuzah. Even a “simple” Jew has the holiness of the Torah, Tefillin, and Mezuzah!
Emuna and the End of Days
Hang on! Hashem promises us that good will prevail. He guarantees that the wicked will fall and that those who have solid faith in Hashem will endure.
Motivation, Motivation, Motivation
Criticizing and berating other Jews will never bring them to love Torah and mitzvot. You need to awaken desire and motivation within them. The Kalever Rebbe explains how...
Bringing Out the Best in Yourself
Nissan is a month when we can surprise ourselves by our ability to grow our happiness and emuna for the entire year! Rabbi Arush explains how...
Keep Your Eyes Focused
What a stunning blow! And it came from out of nowhere! It didn't matter what happened. What mattered was how I refused to stop hating my brothers and sisters.
A Solution to Conflicts
What a difference between non-Jewish leaders and Torah leaders! What accounts for this difference? The power of forgiveness!
For Every Human Being: A Future and Hope!
Do you understand deeply how much Hashem is on your side and wishes to help you and accompany you and give you all the tools to succeed in your life’s task? Read Rabbi Arush's uplifting article!
Hashem Won’t Drop You
It’s like standing at our own personal Red Sea, with nowhere to go and no solution in sight. But even though it seems like Hashem is dropping you, He is really right there...
Forever in the Garden of Eden
Our life runs in cycles. At this moment, you might be in a period of growth or in a period of hibernation. Regardless of where you are in your cycle, emuna helps you to see that it is all good and all for some benefit.
Why Is It So Hard?
Jews were intimately bound to Hashem for all time at Har Sinai. So why is it hard to connect to Hashem? Why do we have other priorities in life that seem more important than our divine relationship?