Weekly Op-Ed • 4 Comments
A great miracle happened on this Shabbat a few days preceding the Egyptian Exodus. There are various opinions as to the nature of this great miracle.
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Can humor be used for spiritual growth? Absolutely! But, it has to be the right and dignified kind of humor. Some jokes have the ability to open hearts, reveal the truth, and help you grow.
Weekly Op-Ed • 7 Comments
A typo leads to a lesson on deception and BS versus a higher reality.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed • 4 Comments
“Mitchum” is sort of a ridiculous run-on abbreviation of the expression “im yirtzeh Hashem,” if G-d so wills.
Essays • 1 Comment
The wisdom of Rabbi Avika teaches us that even through hardships there is space for joy and laughter and during the nine days of mourning in Av we remember.
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So humor, like anything, can be abused or used in a good way. To lead a meaningful life and to be able to find purpose and solace, we need to be able to also learn the secret of learning how to smile.