Devorim: A Tzaddik Weeps
Tisha B’Av is the saddest day of the Jewish calenda. On Tisha B’Av 1967, tears flowed out of the eyes of a Tzaddik…Read More
A Q&A letter applying the story of Moses striking the rock instead of speaking to the rock in Parshat Chukat to explain how to get through to blocked peopleRead More
Israel: Is this a Political or Religious War?
What if we’re to find out the Middle East is indeed in the midst of religious war; one that is threatening the entire world? That this really is about G-d?Read More
Bamidbar/Shavuot: After 3333 Years How Far Are We From Sinai?
Israel is under attack, yet again. As we stand in proximity of Shavuot, when we relive the revelation at Sinai, this may be the best time to demand accountability of the Arab/Muslim world for their actions, and to call the rest of the world to demand a response.Read More
Where’s the Beef?
In Parshat Shelach the scouts reveal for us a deeper understanding of Atzilut & our ability to face any challenge in life: to connect to above.Read More
50 Years: 1967-2017
We are now in 2017. Fifty years have passed since the ’67 summer of awakening. Now, we can look back, blessed with the wisdom of experience that 50 years bring, and analyze what happened in the interim. Was the inspiration of the summer of 1967 actualized?Read More
Future of the World
This week’s Torah portion deals with the theme of war. Here we take a look at two visions on the war against Israel.Read More
Purim: Middle East Revisited
Perhaps the most intriguing, and definitely the most mysterious, character in the Purim Megilah is King Achashverosh, the Persian leader who ruled the worldRead More
What Happened as the Flames Rose? Tisha B’Av Workshop
Our sages tell us that Moshiach was born as the flames consuming the Holy Temple. Learn how the Western Wall, with all its cracks, carries immortality.Read More
Cracks in the Wall – What Can We Do About Israel? — Three Weeks Workshop
Discover how the Israel within your soul experiences its own battles, and how your actions allow you to bring peace to yourself and to the land of Israel.Read More