The sages expounded in the language of the Mishnah (blessed is He who chose them and their learning)...
There is no free man, save for he who occupies himself with the study of Torah.
Chapter Six Text: Ethics of Our Fathers
An English translation of Chapter Six of Ethics of Our Fathers, also known as Pirke Avot.Read More
The More the Merrier
Why so many mitzvot? Why so many dimensions to Torah?Read More
The Business of Spirituality
A life devoted to the study of Torah and implementation of its ideals much resembles a businessman’s occupation with his enterprise.Read More
The Inner Ear
Asked Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov: Have you ever met someone who told you that he hears this echo? To what purpose, then, is this proclamation if no one hears it?Read More
The Sixth Chapter
The story of the sixth chapter of the Ethics of Our Fathers expresses a truth that is fundamental to the Torah, and to the significance of Shavuot in particular.Read More
As the example of the concentrated light of a laser beam demonstrates, it is precisely the “limitations” imposed on a force that amplify its potentials and enable its optimal realization.Read More