Today's podcast is an emergency mode of rescuing ourselves from abusive situations. We might have been bashed, bullied and beaten, but we're not beat.
Today's lesson is survival school - how to maintain trust in Hashem during times of trouble.
It's no coincidence that Purim this year is right before Israeli elections. Our situation today is strikingly similar to that of Mordechai and Esther...
Bea from the UK asked me how one should go about teaching emuna to a person who doesn't believe in Hashem...
The Torah commands and reminds us to "blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven" (Deuteronomy 25:19). Who is Amalek, Esau's great grandson in every generation, and how do we recognize him?
Some people think that Bitachon is wishful thinking, when a person is confident that Hashem will do whatever he or she wants. Others say no, Bitachon is the calm acceptance of whatever Hashem does, no matter how painful or uncomfortable it might be. Who is right?
Amalek, the arch-evil personification of the Sitra Achra (literally "other side", the antagonist of holiness) in every generation, has one main task - to destroy emuna and everyone who spreads it.
"Seven Falls" is not some vacation spot in Colorado – we're talking about life's inevitable setbacks that knock us down and what to do about them.
Rebbe Akiva thought that Bar Kochba (Kosiva) was messiah. What misled him? How can we avoid following an impostor? Better yet, how do we recognize a false messiah?
What does it mean to trust in the Almighty? What does it do for you? "Lean on Me", our first of a new series of lessons about bitachon - trusting in G-d - will show you just how much you are capable of improving the quality of your life.