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In the past, I mentioned Rabbi Yoel Gold. He is a Rabbi in L.A. and produces interesting short videos with personal stories. They can be found on YouTube by searching “Rabbi Yoel … more
Hi Everyone,With the summer spirit upon us, I tried my hand in some poetry. I hope you’ll enjoy it! To the mountains I raise my eyes,And with my pen I’ll express my praise.In the … more
I want to thank the readers for the very nice feedback, I received after the article two installments ago. In the last few weeks, it has been difficult for me to write, the good words that the … more
Rabbi Yoel Gold is a Rabbi and a High School teacher in Los Angeles. He’s become famous for his master storytelling skills. In the last few years, he’s created a nice number of videos in … more
The founder of the Chasidic movement lived about 300 years ago. His name was Rabbi Yisroel and was called the Ba’al Shem Tov. Sometimes people refer to him as The Besht, which is the acronym of … more
The Holiday of Purim is approaching. This year it will be this coming Thursday, March 17. The Story of Purim is written in the Book of Esther – one of the last books to be canonized in the … more
I’m very thankful for the nice feedback that I got on the last article. I wasn’t sure what the reaction would be to my writing about the afterlife and I’m thankful that it was … more
Today, every company tries to tell “stories”. There’s a cliché that it’s important for marketing. I agree that it is, but not every story works. For the story to … more
What happens in the middle of the winter? It is not the beginning of anything, so why mark it? There are very interesting correlations between the day cycle and the year cycle. The day has a cycle … more
Dr. David J. Lieberman is a respected psychologist living in Lakewood, NJ. I’ve known him for a few years through his lectures and books and I’ve quoted him here in the past. He writes … more
Reb Mendel Futerfas was a very wise and pious person who lived a few decades ago (Reb means Rabbi in a less formal expression). Reb Mendel was once with a group of students and he asked them, … more
As a continuation of last installment on the topic of Shabbos, I want to share the standard schedule of an Orthodox Jew on Shabbos. The first thing on Shabbos is to have everything ready before … more
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