Monthly Archives: April 2011

According to the holy Zohar…Hashem created us for the sole purpose of getting to know Him.  As such, the daily events and experiences of our lives are none other than personal messages  from Hashem, designed to stimulate our emuna, encourage … Continue reading

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“Once we develop a deep sense of emuna that Hashem, by way of Divine Providence, does everything for our ultimate benefit to guide us on the path of our needed soul correction, then the puzzle-pieces of life suddenly come together … Continue reading

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“According to Kabbala, or Jewish esoteric thought, completing one’s soul correction, or tikkun, is the loftiest achievement a person can accomplish in this material world.  Oftentimes, we must suffer or experience hardship in order to attain a higher spiritual level … Continue reading

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I am Hashem…and no other

“These few words give us the whole message of the Haggadah.  This is what it was all about, going out from Egypt: believing in one God, just the Only One.  What does it mean to believe?  Rebbe Nachman explains: There … Continue reading

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“A Yid is like the dough from which matzah is baked.  As long as one takes the time to work with it and knead it, it is fine.  But if it’s left unattended, it quickly goes bad and turns to … Continue reading

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“In recalling the Exodus, a Jew should remind himself never to despair from spiritual striving, no matter how dismal his situation.”  – R. Tzadok Hakohen of Lublin

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“[Hashem] cares for each of us in a unique, tailor-made fashion according  to our own individual needs.”  – The Garden of Emuna

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