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.
The Constructive Statement
Every mitzvah we perform is a testimony as to the essence and purpose of the created existence.Read More
A Box of Life: The Meaning of the Teivah
Meaning of Teivah: Get insight into Noah’s Ark in this essay based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.Read More
Practical Kabbalah on Noah’s Flood, which commenced on the 17th of Cheshvan in the year 1656 from creation, and ended on Cheshvan 27 of the following year.Read More
If you are suffering from today’s financial crisis, here is a profound piece of counsel from the Torah portion Noah.Read More
Noach: My Child: Let Us Not Part
The third installment in the series ‘Letters to My Child.’ After the busyness of the Hebrew month Tishrei we are given a final day to say goodbye.Read More
Noach: Raging Waters
Not only are we never given a challenge we cannot overcome, but from Parshat Noach we learn that every challenge brings us to an even greater height.Read More
Noach: The Power of a Mitzvah
Doing a Mitzvah can be the difference between a life of enslavement in a finite bottle, or freeing your finite being by becoming a piece of finite infinity.Read More