Equality is more about being different than it is about being the same.
Moses’ cousin, Korach, challenges the leadership and the priesthood. Together with 250 of the intelligentsia, Korach and his posse incite a rebellion within the camp. The Jewish people are divided and this is a tragedy. Consequential to the split in the people, the earth splits open and consumes Korach and his entourage. A plague hits the camp (schisms always create catastrophe), but the High Priest Aaron’s staff blooms to life and the plague evaporates (this what High Priest’s to schisms). Certain crops, libations, and livestock are to be gifted to the priests.
Korach: Confidence – where does it come from? Inborn or acquired? Nature or nurture? It stems from the soul, one permanence in an immortal physical world.Read More
42 Journeys Part 3
How will we use the inspiration we gain from nature’s beauty? Will it be a temporary joy that only affects you, or will it have a perpetual effect and inspire you to bring beauty to others?Read More
Finding a True Leader
Rabbi Simon Jacobson discusses Gimmel Tammuz, the yartzheit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson, in light of Parshat Korach.Read More
Can Darkness Be Brighter Than Light?
Learn a new perspective you will see everything, even your difficulties and pain, as powerful reservoirs of inverted energy, waiting to be released.Read More
Betrayal and Commitment
Learn how you too can become an unwavering source of trust, one who is trusted and inspires trust — and how living a dedicated life can transform your entire being.Read More
The Rebbe’s Call
On April 11 1991, the Rebbe issued this impassioned call to his followers & to the entire Jewish & world community to take action to bring Moshiach.Read More
THE REBBE : The Ache in my Heart
While I continue to experience the Rebbe as a very active, involved part of my life, still, I miss the flesh & blood connection.Read More
The Lubavitcher Rebbe is a wise man, a learned man, but above all, he is a believer. And to meet a believer is an altogether different experience.Read More