“I want to share with you one unbelievable story of kindness that saved many lives during the Hamas massacre in Gaza.” Rabbi Yitzchak Sakhai Continue reading “Miracle in Gaza on October 7th”
“Hashem will light your soul on fire.” Continue reading “The Light of Chanukah Reaches Every Jew”
“In times of darkness, you always have to look for that little bit of light. Because just a little bit of light pushes away a lot of darkness.” Continue reading “An Open Miracle in Gaza as told by Rabbi Yitzchak Sakhai”
After writing my last article, which focused on how to make yourself unhappy, I discovered that a married person, or someone in a committed relationship, often has difficulty following those guidelines. In fact, a supportive spouse can counteract all of your efforts to that end.
So the following is a recipe for making your mate miserable because misery loves company, and if your partner is unhappy, you get a leg up on your goal. Continue reading “How to Make Your Mate Miserable”
Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser told this amazing story on Stories to Inspire. This story is a reminder to always be careful of what you say! Continue reading “My Terrifying Meeting with the FBI by Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser”
Editor’s note: I heard R’ Gavriel Friedman speak on Torah Anytime and it was so to the point, I wanted to share it with you. If you want to hear more like this you can sign up for free to Receive the Daily Dose. https://dose.torahanytime.com/ Enjoy! Continue reading “Best Thing Ever by R’ Gavriel Friedman”
How to live a life devoid of responsibility. After all, it’s so much easier that way.
A simple Google search for “how to be happy” provides you with billions of hits. But this article is just the opposite; it explains how to be unhappy, laying out the steps to ensure you live a life devoid of responsibility. It’s so much easier that way! Continue reading “10 Steps to Unhappiness”
Almost every Jewish holiday has a mitzvah that commemorates the event that took place on that day. On Pesach we eat Matzah, Sukkos we live in a Sukkah, Rosh Hashanah we blow the shofar (to commemorate that today is Judgement day). Yom Kippur we fast, on Chanukah we light the menorah and on Purim we listen to the Megillah. Continue reading “What mitzvah do we perform on Shavuos to commemorate the giving of the Torah?”
According to the Sefer HaChinuch, the reason we count the days between Pesach to Shavous is to show our great yearning and anticipation for the receiving of the Torah. When you are looking forward to an event, typically you count down the remaining days. For example, a bride looking forward to her wedding day will exclaim “ I am getting married In ten days, nine days, eight days!!!” Continue reading “Sefiras HaOmer: Not just counting the days but making your days count”
Wouldn’t it be great to have a calming machine that goes with you wherever you are? It wouldn’t guarantee that you’ll always be calm. But this machine would work relatively quickly to help you calm down whenever you are in an agitated state. Continue reading “Calming Yourself”