When life gets overwhelming, a flood of emotions and a storm of possibilities, construct an ark.
Floods aren’t inherently bad. They are just very difficult to harness. This is why you build a vessel, an ark: to ride the storm so that the storm doesn’t ride you. Sometimes, after a flood, the world seems intoxicating. The first case of substance abuse – abusing true substance – does not end very well. The people build a Tower of Babel – babbling fools – and the art of misinterpretation begins. Meet Abraham, the man who found Oneness and changed everything.
A Matter Of Perspective
There was never enough to eat in Reb Zusha’s home, and his family was beset with all sorts of afflictions and illnesses. Yet the man was forever good-humored and cheerful, and constantly expressing his gratitude to the Almighty for all His kindness.Read More
Three Days, Three Words
The chassidim of Kfar Chabad now had a firm grasp on their future: they knew what they had to do. They must build!Read More
The Me Generation
Can a single act, word or thought on your part resound in billions of lives?Read More
The Real Rebbe
Every man creates his own reality. One who leads a real life—life as defined by the wisdom and will of the Creator—will ultimately experience the divine reality.Read More
The Fifty-Sixth Century
The scientific revolution prepared the world for the coming of Moshiach by serving as a tool for the dissemination of Torah.Read More
The Last Jew
The month of Cheshvan, by virtue of its ordinariness, represents the very purpose of life on earth.Read More
The Era of the Rainbow
An examination of the Torah’s account of the first twenty generations of history reveals two primary differences between the world before the Flood and the post-Flood era.Read More
It’s Up To You!
It is not sufficient to mouth slogans. It is up to each and every of you to bring the ultimate redemption with your actions.Read More