Want to build strong merits for your fellow Jews but long fasts and rolling in the snow isn't practical? Rabbi Arush gives a surprisingly simple (and pleasant) way to help our brethren.
A Jew who observes Shabbat declares that Hashem alone defines and controls nature. Shabbat itself instills this emuna in the Jew's heart. With that emuna, the Jew merits a level of protection that is beyond logic and reason.
How is it that some people can go almost non-stop and not tire? What is the secret to getting enough of the right type of rest? Hashem has the answer!
The laws that prevent men and women from fraternizing together are very serious and cannot be ignored for the sake of a mitzvah.
Get ready for Shabbat - The King of Kings is one of your guests! The Kalever Rebbe explains how important joy and singing Shabbat songs are in sweetening judgments.
Shabbat has so many laws and details - who does not stumble from time to time? Is there any way to prevent a slipup? The Kalever Rebbe gives sure advice...
Want to tap into the source of all the blessings and goodness in this world and the next? The source is directly related to the quality of your Shabbat observance.
A Jew has to “breathe” the weekly parashot. He must live the parasha, study it, and search for hints in his own life and reality.
Do you fear that keeping Shabbat might lead to financial loss and be a huge personal sacrifice with no gains? In truth, keeping Shabbat is the source of all blessing and goodness in your life. Don't lose out!
It's a real war! Each of us battles the philosophies and cultures that deny Hashem's existence. The doubts that burrow themselves in our hearts can be overcome by Shabbat.
A child who feels the light of Shabbat at home, who sits at a Seder table that had not just matzahs, wine, and delicacies, but also the true light of the Exodus from Egypt – the soul of such a child receives a thorough inoculation against all the generation’s temptations. And oh, don’t they need it!
On Shabbat, take a hard look at the chair you're sitting on, the silver Kiddush cup in your hand, and the beautiful challot on your Shabbat table. Think about where they came from...really came from!
Songs sung at the Shabbat table gives us the power to stir the deepest spiritual emotions in your soul, purifying your thoughts, words and actions!
Jews have yearned for centuries to settle the Land of Israel to absorb its kedusha. Let us join together in this mitzvah that is above nature!
This coming Shabbat is called “The Great Shabbat” for a good reason! This Shabbat, you can merit huge miracles and wonders! Plus join Tikkun Klali 1000!
When the people who know the most about something let others - but not the ones they love - have it, then you know it is something that’s really bad...
Our emuna is tested to the max while traveling. As Shabbat quickly approached, she was suddenly in a guest room without one piece of furniture…
When her new boss tried to get her fired, Hashem stepped in and gave the boss a taste of her own medicine...