Pesach sheni - what's that?? It's a day when we can merit miracles and wonders! The message to learn from this is the power of ratzon, of desire. It's the message of hope!
There is no such thing as a life that cannot be turned around for the better. I am testimony that there is always a second chance at life!
Passover cleaning, kids, crumbs everywhere, pressure...IIEEEE! How do we properly deal with our children when we are under the pressure of Passover cleaning?
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...
Pesach, the holiday when Jews eat only unleavened bread, commemorates the exodus from Egypt. The dietary restrictions can be challenging. Here are easy-to-make recipes with minimum preparation time.
The same function can be the greatest mitzvah or the worst transgression, an elixir of life if one is deserving or an elixir of death if he is undeserving...
On Shevi’i shel Pesach, Nachshon ben Aminadav’s emuna brought about the survival of an entire nation. Imagine that your emuna, your personal holiness, your interpersonal relationships, your teshuva can save every Jew on the planet!
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!
The “extras” we do in the course of performing mitzvot are rewarded in this world. What are those “extras”? We are rewarded for the amount of preparation, excitement, passion, joy, and love that we invest in a mitzvah.
Shabbat Parah Adumah: Belief in ourselves is critical before we can extricate ourselves from all the bad in us. How can we focus on the good within without blurring the lines between good and evil?
At the Pesach Seder we ask the famous question, "Why is this night different than all other nights?" The Toldot Yaakov Yoseif (Parshat Tzav, 2) explains that the word "night" here is referring to the darkness of exile. Why is this exile longer and more bitter than all the rest? The answer might surprise you...
This story is traditionally told over on the last day of Pesach, at the "Meal of the Baal Shem Tov," which is eaten just before sunset. We eat this meal to commemorate the Baal Shem Tov's miraculous deliverance from the cannibals and his return to Istanbul.
Pesach Sheni: It is the most incredible concept – you can do something now, to change the past! Hashem gives you another chance to fix it. Just ask!
We all wish each other a “Happy and Kosher Passover.” Let’s talk practical about how to make these days preparing for Passover happy as well…
Rabbi Arush explains to use how to have “Leil haSeder K’Seder” – an enjoyable and meaningful Seder with tips, tricks and most importantly - all the segulot! PRINT THIS ARTICLE AND PUT IT IN YOUR HAGGADAH so that you can follow it as you go through the Seder.
Rebbe Nachman teaches that stories can awaken people from spiritual slumber. One of the main mitzvot on Seder night is to tell the story of the Exodus…
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!
On Rosh Chodesh Nissan, the first day of the Jewish month of Nissan, God decides if Mashiach will come this year.