The question everyone is asking about thanking Hashem, explained…
Read a riveting and inspiring story of one woman's efforts to obtain forgiveness for her childhood wrongs...
Prayer can be frustrating and disappointing. Instead of an intimate meeting with your loving Father, you find yourself chasing after the most ridiculous thoughts. Can anything be done to keep your focus??
When you recite a bracha (blessing) with focus and intent, you change the world! That’s what your prayer can do: Draw God’s presence from the hidden to the openly revealed. Image the influence that you have to make the world a better place!
Praying to God was empowering. He blessed me with strength. When it became routine, I didn't remember how to pray. I lost it all. Here’s how I got it back.
Helping or hurting? Merciful or cruel? We have a constant battle within ourselves to decide if our “good deed” is truly good or if it will end in tragedy.
Who isn’t distracted during prayers by what’s happening in his life? Here are some strategies to maintain focus during prayer.
What connection could there be between emuna fashion? Read the account of one woman’s path from crisis to emuna - through her wardrobe!
Is Hashem the Master Programmer and we’re His programs running in His cosmic computer system? Or are we the master programmers trying to run our own lives?
What amazing lessons we can learn from the “simple” olive tree! The tree reveals living miracles about how to lead a successful life.
Why simply suffer through life? Turn the struggles into victories! Even small successes can be major turning points in life.
What a blessing loss can be! Rather than a reason to give up on life, loss can be the start of a tremendous beginning.
Discouraged that your prayers are far from ideal? Here is great advice about how to pray with real focus and yearning.
We often forget that every moment of life is an invitation to change and come closer to our better selves and to Hashem.
We will need to let go of things we got used to, and struggle to embrace the benefits of what we are replacing these things with.
A simple change can alter our eternal trajectory. We can accomplish what we want in life and make the repentance necessary to live a life worth living.
It was a parade with lots of supporters - secular and religious neighbors greeted us with an enthusiastic Shabbat Shalom! What was the parade about? Read on!
Why did this happen? Why did Hashem do this to me? How can we heal this wounded place inside of us, which sometimes feels angry with Hashem?