Jewish unity is much more than national identity or shared ideals.
How the holiness of Shabbos impacts the time before and after it.
Two key areas of Judaism we need to strengthen.
Two perspectives on what an Eruv Tavshillin achieves, teaching us two stages of personal spiritual growth.
How to pivot spiritually. A lesson from the Jews and the gold after the splitting of the Sea.
The Jews needed circumcision to get out of Egypt and a Pesach lamb to get Egypt out of them.
Why did Moshe speak to Pharaoh directly but not to the Jews?
How to beat your local, or personal tyrant.
Should you start a mitzvah you can't finish? A lesson from Aharon and the frogs.
The secret power of the physical world- Why the Alter Rebbe addressed lowly souls and simple good deeds before his passing.
If you want to know what's wrong with focusing solely on your own spiritual growth, just ask Pharaoh.
Two dimensions of Moshe's greatness.
Why Yaakov compares his sons to animals, and the question of enthusiasm v. quality.
The litmus test of genuine spiritual growth is not to get caught up in your spiritual growth at the expense of others.
A Jew has the power to make ice burn.
Leadership means caring for every aspect of people's needs.
Spiritual leadership empowers us to connect meaningfully with Hashem.
What was the catalyst that caused emotion to break through Joseph's austere composure, after he reunited with his brother, Benjamin?
A lesson in releasing the power of our soul.
Shabbos, Chanukah and how the ultimate goal of Judaism is Peace.
Is Shechem a place of misfortune?
Rashi teaches us that it depends for who.
A ring, a cloak and the secret of spiritual synthesis.
Think good! How trust that Hashem will always give us revealed good transforms reality into revealed good.
Sometimes you have to take risks to change the world.
Barmitzvah: What does it really to be a man?
Judaism can't only be about our own spiritual growth- a lesson from Yaakov.
Our soul is dramatically elevated through the spiritual work we do in our lives- but the ultimate objective is deeper than that.
Three perspectives on why Yitzchak lost his eyesight- and a powerful lesson about not speaking Ill of others.
Why Yitzchak worried about his lifespan- a lesson in the standards we expect of ourselves and of others.
The power of Shabbos candles.
How Avraham succeeded in achieving the impossible- bringing Hagar back into the fold.
There's no rest for the... righteous. How we experience Torah and mitzvos in the next world.
Is there any value in forcing someone to acknowledge G-d?