This 18-minute video podcast comes in all about the Meron Tragedy, one of Israel's worst civilian disasters ever,
If you think Torah isn't exciting, you haven't yet learned the Book of Ruth properly.
If you think Torah isn't romantic, you haven't yet learned the Book of Ruth properly.
If you think Torah isn't inspiring, you haven't yet learned the Book of Ruth properly.
If you think Torah sells women short and is chauvinistic, sorry, you don't know the Book of Ruth.
Here's your chance to learn and appreciate the beauty of the Book of Ruth. Today's lesson begin with a review of Chapters One and Two, then hits the height of the drama and suspense of Chapter Three.
Where do we learn the concept of "friends and lovers" from? What is love according to Judaism? It certainly is not lust and infatuation...
First Aid for Overcoming a Difficulty:
- Remember that Hashem is not limited - Hashem can do whatever He wants whenever He wants;
- Light a candle in memory of the holy tzaddik Rebbe Oshaiya Ish Tiria;
- Put a coin in a charity box or give charity;
- Say Psalm 29;
- Now ask for whatever salvation you need.
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In Chapter Two of the Book of Ruth, we learn how Moshiach is blessed with the DNA of his great grandmother Ruth, whose compassionate deeds uplifted her from the lowest imaginable spiritual roots to the highest stature imaginable, a truly self-made woman.
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.