The hidden meaning of the famous “Teshuva, tefilla (prayer) and tzedakah (charity) overturn the harsh decree” will astound you!
We're all in the midst of making New Year resolutions, asking Hashem to help us improve. Where do we start? One area will not only please Hashem, but please each other as well…
A Sermon From the Creator Himself
We are approaching the Day of Judgment when we will promise (again) to improve. Let's listen to Hashem's advice on how to succeed in really changing!
Rosh Hashanah Recipes
Celebrate the new year and a new beginning with these delicious recipes from Jamie Geller's kitchen.
Uman Rosh Hashanah – Now What?
Don’t despair and don’t get depressed! This is the best Rosh Hashanah EVER! Don’t understand how? READ THIS URGENT MESSAGE FROM RABBI ARUSH FROM UMAN!
A Head and Not a Tail
The lesson we can learn from this special request customarily recited on Rosh Hashanah is one particularly suited for our generation…
Hope to Hashem
Even though the tests get more difficult and the trials more demanding, never give up hope, let the battle cry of the Shofar remind you to keep going!
A Clean Slate
Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we close out the books for the old year, and start new books for the coming year, so that we start the year with a clean slate.
Why Go to Uman for Rosh Hashanah?
Rabbi Arush explains what’s the big deal about Uman Rosh Hashanah, as well as practical tips and advice that everyone can benefit from no matter where you are.
Prayer for the Rosh Hashanah Gathering in Uman
Rabbi Arush stresses that it is important to say this prayer at least once before Rosh Hashanah, and preferably before every prayer.
The Raging River
"If I have to hold on to you, Daddy, there's a big danger that I'll let go, because I'm weak. But if you hold on to me, I know for sure that nothing bad can happen…"
Forgive and Be Forgiven
"You saw me crying and laughing," said Rabbi Cruspidai. "I cried when confronted with the Angel of Death; I laughed when the Divine Presence shielded me from him…"
Forgive and Be Forgiven
Rabbi David Chaim Stern awoke from his coma and his dream, took a pen and paper, and wrote a writ of forgiveness for every one of the people who had insulted him…
Anything but Whiskey!
Before Rosh Hashana, one of the drunks sighed and asked his friends, "What are we going to do when the time comes for us to stand trial and give reckoning in the Heavenly Court?
The “trial basis” is a wonderful way to circumvent the Evil Inclination, especially in Elul. Anytime we increase modesty, the EI is quick to fight back…
Just as each of us has his own individual thumbprint, each one is unique in all other ways. Hashem takes all the individual circumstances into consideration…
Coming Closer to the King
Progress is not achieved by traveling on a smooth and clear road without any obstacles. It is not the result of an unbroken string of success...
Hashem is Everywhere
We need to consider: What does the King want me to do? When we do this Hashem will be before us at all times. He'll help direct our paths and make us successful...