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The battle between Jacob and Esau represents the battle between between faith and modern culture, between selfishness and dedication to a higher calling.
Shorts • 11 Comments
When loneliness has already got you down, here is how to muster up the strength to transcend it.
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Just as Abraham endured ten challenges, we, his children, undergo similar challenges. How we will rise to these ten challenges will define our lives.
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The talking donkey in Parshat Balak reveals a phenomenon new to modern psychology— listening to our body’s voice, which carries messages, memories & power.
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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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Discover solutions to indecisiveness. There is no greater gift than certainty: The absolute conviction of knowing that you are precious and indispensable.
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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.
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Joseph exemplifies the triumph of the human spirit. We are never stuck, never trapped, never hopeless. We have the ability to overcome our circumstances.
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By remembering Jacob’s wound we sensitize ourselves to the fact that mindless immersion in material existence touches a nerve which leaves us wounded.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 24th, 2015• 4 Comments
Jacob and Joseph always remind us that we can overcome any challenge. When we hold onto our faith in G-d and His promises, then we will always prevail.