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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.
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Avoiding the wrong thing is better than doing the right thing; protecting is better than serving (Samech Vav) as seen in Parshat Naso and the wilderness.
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We think we are unbecoming because, when we were children, people told us we were ugly.`Even if our parents told us we were good-looking, our peers took care of making sure we knew it was a lie created by the self-esteem movement.
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This Soul Workout is dedicated to everyone who was picked last for kickball on the playground.
In Parshat Shelach the spies & their generation failed to understand the entire point of entering the Holy Land was to sanctify the material aspects of life.
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A vision by the Rebbe in one of his letters of the future redemption providing answers to many sought-after questions, which began when he was a child.
Essays •July 27th, 2015• 2 Comments
Throughout the Chumash, G-d instructs Moses to count the Jewish people on 4 separate occasions so much so that the fourth book is called “Book of Countings”
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A moving letter written to the Meaningful Life Centre by a woman who, as a child of five, met the Rebbe who became one of her dearest friends.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 20th, 2012• 4 Comments
Our children are the best of us, and it is their world that is far more real than our distorted one.
Weekly Op-Ed •November 10th, 2006• 3 Comments
We begin our lives constantly in need of support. As we grow older our parents let go and we learn to walk on our own. Sometimes even adults need a lift.