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Every day is a crossroads: When we walk with the Divine, the destinations are beautiful and prosperous. The opposite is also true, a tangle of thorns and rebukes, lost in a foreign land. That is no ultimate destination, but rather a detour – albeit a very painful one – through the harshness of material cynicism. There is an eternal bond and no off-road outback can break that. When we commit our resources and our selves to the Divine dream, pledging to reclaim the path and finance it if necessary, then is there really any other path than one that come to us naturally?
The 49 curses listed in the Torah portion of Bechukosei evokes an interesting question: what possible benefit can be found in these curses?
Learn the successful formula that teaches us how not to allow failures get you down, and how to convert seeming failure into springboards for creating new channels of growth.
The Counting of the Omer, which tracks the number of days between Passover and Shavuot, is a useful tool for recalling our gifts.
The difference between a love that depends on something versus a love that does not depend on anything is discussed in light of our relationship with G-d.
The literal and figurative implications of the Hebrew word “hashbatah,” which means “terminate,” are debated by Talmudic sages Rabbi Judah and Rabbi Shimon.
The natural and spiritual dimensions of the numbers seven and eight are discussed from a Kabbalistic point of view.
Drawing on the wisdom of the Oral Torah and the Zohar, the ten utterances which created the world and the perfection of the number ten are expounded.
Failure and loss can bring out either the best or the worst of us. Learn how our true character and strengths emerge when faced with an obstacle.
Learn about the deepest and most vital of all our emotions, nobility. Discover techniques to increase your dignity, and transform into your potential self.