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Recalculating Our Route

Recalculating Our Route

April 29, 2020

To understand what's happening today in current events, and to understand yourself better in the midst of the pandemic and subsequent limitations and difficulties, let's look at three types of people who encounter an obstacle in the road. They're driving to an urgent meeting in a neighboring city and all of a sudden, they discover that a whole section of the road they're travelling on has been washed away in a rain-storm flash-flood from the previous night. How do the three different types react? Which one are you?

The Geula and Belief in Moshiach

The Geula and Belief in Moshiach

April 27, 2020

The twelfth of our Thirteen Principles of Emuna requires us all to eagerly anticipate Moshiach. There's no one, religious or not, who doesn't want Moshiach, so where is he? Why has it become so unpopular to talk about Moshiach, to the extent that the rabbinical leaders of our generation are hush on the subject?


My Name is Moishie

My Name is Moishie

April 26, 2020

You know the old expression: Sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me! Whoever coined that never learned Torah and didn't understand much about the human soul. There are plenty of adults walking around today with deep emotional scars that never healed because of a derogatory nickname that someone gave them when they were young. If that someone was a parent, it takes a miracle to heal the insulted child's soul, who grows up with a negative self-image that's worse than a physical handicap. Today's lesson is a must for any parent or for anyone who aspires to be a parent.

Hashem’s Mercy

Hashem’s Mercy

April 23, 2020

With all the difficult news in the world, it's about time that we hear something encouraging. Here are seven minutes of hope and great news, information that will help you to see all your heart's wishes fulfilled for the very best.

The Self-Prosecution Trap

The Self-Prosecution Trap

April 22, 2020

Why are so many good and upright people dying in the Corona pandemic? Is there anything one can do to protect himself from severe judgments? How could a person be his own worst enemy? Today's podcast could potentially save people from disaster.

The Water on the Roof

The Water on the Roof

April 21, 2020

There's a classic historical pattern whenever Antisemitism exploded in full force; it was always preceded by plague or economic crises. The same pattern is repeating itself right now. What can we do about it?

Boomerang Bread

Boomerang Bread

April 20, 2020

Every act of charity and lovingkindness - chesed - earns the merit of multiple Torah mitzvoth simultaneously. The good a person gives comes back eventually in an amazing manner as we learn in today's podcast as we see the words of our prophets come alive.

Corona Vertigo

Corona Vertigo

April 17, 2020

Vertigo is a term that jet pilots use to describe spatial disorientation. When a pilot approaches the sound barrier, strange things can occur, especially on a clear-day's flight over water. The pilot is liable to become disoriented and to confuse the blue of the sea with the blue of the sky, and vice versa. Here's the good news: the way a pilot learns to avoid vertigo is the same exact way we can learn to cope in these ever-challenging times.

Life of Love, Love of Life

Life of Love, Love of Life

April 14, 2020

Today's podcast is dedicated to the loving memory of Jherin Esther Gorcey, ob"m

Do you think Hashem loves you? How could that be compatible with the Coronavirus pandemic and what does that have to do with the 7th of Passover? Let's get some answers...

The Gate of Geula

The Gate of Geula

April 12, 2020

The Ramcha'l osb"m wrote a Kabbalistic discourse nearly 300 years ago entitled, Ma'amar Hageula, or "Discourse of Geula." There, he brings forth some seemingly cryptic preconditions for the full and final redemption, all of which are happening today before our own eyes, as we hear in today's podcast.

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