Weekly Op-Ed •March 12th, 2015• 2 Comments
In this year of hei’elef ushva hame’ot vachamishah veshiv’im – 5775 – may the Alter Rebbe’s pronunciation of the words resonate within us and motivate us to act.
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The Driven Workaholic says: “The day is short, the work is much, the workers are lazy, the reward is great, and the Master is pressing” (Ethics of the Fathers 2:15).
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Do you need help with viewing life like an artist? This letter offers spiritual instructions for viewing life like an artist in order to overcome depression.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •December 21st, 2007• 0 Comments
Your soul, the origin of human dignity, contains unimaginable strength waiting to be released by you. Discover the power when matter is fuzed with spirit.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 14th, 2007• 0 Comments
What the soul achieves in this world is the ability to truly fly; the ability to soar into other dimensions and even beyond heaven itself.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 29th, 2006• 0 Comments
The world increasingly witnesses a union of form and function and spirit and matter. This concept is examined through the lens of kabbalah and Chassidus.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 1st, 2006• 1 Comment
Based on the insight of the Alter Rebbe and the Rebbe Rashab, the concept of a true tzaddik is explored in the context of the nature of this world.
Weekly Op-Ed • 5 Comments
The ultimate purpose, is not to be smart and profound, but to be G-dly. Being sensitive and refined is not an end in itself but to be G-dly.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 14th, 2005• 9 Comments
In order to fully grasp the truth of this world, one must embrace both the orderliness of life and its paradoxes.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 25th, 2003• 1 Comment
The flames of the Chanukah menorah tell a story of yearning and returning, of tension and resolution. We yearn to realign ourselves to our inner rhythm.