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It is time to create a revolution – to refocus our priorities and invest our energies into the most premium of all our gifts: Our children. And remember: It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.
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Having a passion, a purpose with a sense of urgency, is healthy not just for the soul but for one’s physical body as well.
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Should we “give up” our lives for God? Certainly not! That’s sacrifice. We shouldn’t give up our God-given talents and behaviors; we should bring them closer to their purer state.
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The reality that we live with seems harsh because the world was created dark, but everything in this world has a higher purpose that we can’t see.
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Each of us must ask ourselves the question: Is my material life aligned with my spiritual one? Have I integrated what I do with who I am?
Much can be learned from advertising. What exactly does it mean to be alive? Chayei Sarah reveals for us a completely new definition and dimension of life. A true life is a spiritual life.
In Eikev, this week’s Torah portion, we begin to deal with one of life’s biggest questions: “What am I truly capable of achieving”…
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Have you forgotten how to live a meaningful life? You might be held back by limiting beliefs. Here are concrete, tried-and-true spiritual instructions for transcending a slump.
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May we discover our path and live up to it. May it help us reach the time at the end of days when we will gain clarity as to who belongs to what tribe.
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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?