Curing the Age-Old Plague

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...

Mud and Potatoes

Today's podcast is not only enjoyable and inspiring, but it gets quite a bit done in 6 minutes, as follows:

1. Takes the confusion out of our task in Elul;

2. Provides simple but effective preparation for Rosh Hashanah;

3. Guarantees good health and adequate income.

Who can refuse such a deal? Not only does it not cost you a cent, but you may download this mp3 and share it with as many people as you like, courtesy of Emuna Beams and our wonderful supporters who, with Hashem's loving help, make this happen.

The Royal Debt Collector

This old Jewish parable helps us prepare for a wonderful New Year, with advice that's good for all of us, no matter who we are.

Moshiach and Geula: Taking the First Step

Many of us want to change, yet we expect it to happen automatically, with no effort on our part. Life doesn't work that way. An old Hebrew expression says, "Even a journey of a thousand kilometers begins with a first step." What does that have to do with Moshiach, Geula? Do we really want them, or do we want to continue with exile, Diaspora and fasting on Tisha B'av?

Against the Current

It's not easy to swim against the current, especially social currents, but the only type of fish that do so are kosher fish...

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Anything but Whiskey!

Here's a delightful parable I heard from the renown Novardoker Maggid, Rabbi Yankel'e Galinski, of saintly and blessed memory, about a group of drunkards. This is something to keep in mind not only while preparing for Shavuot, but all year long.

A Most Welcome Guest

Today's podcast, in addition to helping us put life's challenges in proper perspective, helps us prepare for Lag B'Omer and invokes Divine blessings for you and your loved ones...

A Second Chance

Rebbe Nachman of Breslev says that if you believe you can ruin something, then believe that you can rectify it. This is not just a pleasant expression, but a signed promise in the Torah. The second chance we all get is a much more effective way to beautify and overhaul ourselves than plastic surgery, and a whole lot cheaper...

Life of Love, Love of Life

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...

Do What You Can

How does Hashem expect us to prepare for Passover and to observe Seder night with all the challenges and limitations of the Coronavirus pandemic? Here is your encouraging answer...

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