Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •April 21st, 2005• 0 Comments
In order to spiritually prepare for the Seder, one should ask himself a series of questions related to the four questions recited from the Haggada.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 28th, 2004• 0 Comments
The topics discussed include G-d’s plans “behind the curtain,” the power of prayer, and each individual’s mission in this world.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 9th, 2004• 0 Comments
Does darkness have substance, or is it just the absence of light? Rather than trying to fight the darkness pushing us down, we should find inner peace.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 25th, 2003• 1 Comment
The flames of the Chanukah menorah tell a story of yearning and returning, of tension and resolution. We yearn to realign ourselves to our inner rhythm.
Weekly Op-Ed •November 13th, 2003• 3 Comments
Abraham gave us the power to challenge G-d, asking Him to shift destiny. This we must when it comes to standing next to fellow Jews in defiance against G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 30th, 2003• 4 Comments
It is validating to know that this world is dark and cold, but we can never forget that we were deliberately sent here to illuminate our surroundings.
October 31st, 2002•
The Arizal teaches us that each of us is allocated a certain number of Divine sparks that we are meant to elevate in our life journey.
October 17th, 2002•
Abraham discovered the only certainty in life: The absolute commitment to your Divine calling, the mission for which you have been uniquely chosen.
September 30th, 2002•
Let us set the world on fire, the fire of spiritual passion that transforms. Together let us create a true revolution: Passion with poise.
June 6th, 2002•
In Parshat Shelach the scouts projected their feelings. We learn that through life’s challenges the question is not whether we can do it, but how we can.