Monthly Archives: September 2018

Keren Hashana – Do it now!

I try to post this every year before Rosh Hashana because it is just such an amazing opportunity that everyone should try to take advantage of right now. Many years ago, the Lubavitcher Rebbe established “Keren Hashana,” a fund that will … Continue reading

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Head of the Year

Rosh Hashana is the “head” of the new year and not the “beginning” of the new year because Hashem lets us start off on top and it’s up to us where we go from there. May you and your family … Continue reading

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A Letter from G-d before Rosh Hashana

My precious child, I want to wish you a shana tova, a sweet new year, and share with you a few things that I think you need  to know. When I look at you I see something very different than … Continue reading

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When the World Began

Adam, the first human being, opened his eyes to a world that appeared to have always been. He lifted his eyes to the vast sky above. He gazed about at the bustling life. He beheld mighty mountains and majestic waterfalls, … Continue reading

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What Does Hashem Think About Most?

Whatever you think Hashem has in His mind (so to speak), there’s nothing as central, nothing as weighty, nothing as urgent in the mind of Hashem as what is happening to the Am Yisroel right now, in this little world. … Continue reading

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Keep Battling

A person must realize that sometimes he will overcome  the Yetzer Hara and sometimes the Yetzer Hara will overpower him but as long as a person fights with all of his might Hashem will help him and eventually he will be victorious ~ Chofetz Chaim

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Answers to the Test

Like a teacher who secretly provides the students with the correct answers on the test, Hashem showed Moshe the 13 Middos of Rachamim and guaranteed that when we say them we will be forgiven. ~ Based on Gemara Rosh Hashana 17b

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