Every year, we read the story of the exodus from Egypt in the Pesach Haggada. In the Midrash, it’s written that the Egyptian exile was the hardest period of time that Am Yisrael experienced. The slavery was extremely hard. Writing in Likutey Halachot, Rav Natan of Breslov says that the exile was a galut hanefesh Read more
Look out the window and know that the space in front of you is infinite.
A husband and wife are one soul divided between two identities. But that split isn’t usually smooth and even – like a broken matzoh.
If a person isn’t extremely careful, all his wisdom will simply contribute to his feelings of pride growing to monstrous proportions.
Each individual Jew serves G-d in a different way. We each have a different job to do in the world. There is no lump sum when it comes to avodas Hashem.
It was during those walks that I sensed that G-d was always by my side, coaching me on.He had never left me, though I had left Him.
We are a nation built of people who survived. And those who didn’t survive – what happened to their memories?
Whenever the time comes that you’re finally swimming in that magnificent sublimely awe-full sea, it will be norah and awfully awesome indeed.
If I don’t shine my unique light into the world, who will? No one else can be me.
It’s a world of addictions today. We’re losing our minds. We haven’t got the freedom to choose what we are recording in our nefesh, and that’s what’s going to remain with us.