Here's a 90-second message to pick you up whenever you think that you're alone in the world.
In our introduction to the Book of Ruth, we learn how the Dark Side tries everything to prevent Moshiach's arrival, so Hashem must engineer it in such a way that catches the unholy spiritual opposition completely off guard.
What would you do if your life's work went up in smoke and you're already more than a hundred years old? Would you have the strength to start all over? Rebbe Akiva did.
Rabbi Lazer Brody with a special message for the Omer period from the Western Wall remnant of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
Here's an important message for a bullied child or adult, or anyone who feels like an underdog, filmed at the holy gravesite of King David in Jerusalem.
This week's emuna hour is the cherry on the bitachon cake - the blessing of always having what you need when you need it. Here's how:
During the Omer, Rebbe Akiva's 24,000 students died because they didn't properly respect one another. We still mourn them, almost 2,000 later, because we haven't yet corrected their sin. We're all still guilty of intramural hate. Do you know why? We haven't yet learned the lesson of the Four Sons on Seder night. Let me explain, with an amazing story from sixty years ago, about my father, of blessed memory...
Why would the Chazon Ish stand up whenever a special needs child walked into the room? If you know a family with a special needs child, share this brief message with them.
Emuna Hour this week is all about Passover and particularly a preparation for a meaningful Seder Night, showing how the "Festival of Matzoth", as the Torah refers to Passover, is every bit as relevant today as it was 3,331 years ago when Hashem freed us from bondage in Egypt.