Parshas Shemos The Jews enslaved Tortured Hit Put to work Backbreaking labor Not much time to think Just work work work No time for a drink No time for much Except work Gather materials Keep moving Keep going Keep working No stopping. In between The schlepping The dragging The pulling A Jew lets out A… Read More »
This Shiur, by Rabbi Shaya Cohen, is an absolute must for anyone in the parsha of Shidduchim. In a Shiur that very clearly brings out his vast experience in Shidduchim, Rabbi Cohen beautifully and eloquently explains the different steps one should reach before becoming engaged. Other topics also include. How does one know if this is the right one? What should and should not be compromised on? What should you look for in a mentor? These ideas are clearly explained and expounded on in this Shiur among many other key tips for dating and marriage. Anyone who listens to this shiur is sure gain much clarity in which to approach dating and marriage.
The story of Chana and her seven sons. It’s a story that is so hard to understand. How did a mother watch all her children, one after the next, get killed? Was she proud that they stood up for what was right? That they didn’t give in? Did she wish one of them would have… Read More »
We have just begun the month of Kislev. Kislev is the month of miracles. It is also the month where we can find light in the darkness, find hope in the midst of despair, find an inner spark of strength that will help us carry on. It is starting to get dark earlier. The clock… Read More »
While my (husband’s) grandfather was sick, I took something really small upon myself as a zechus for his refuah shelaima. The situation did not look good and from a medical standpoint there was nothing left to do. The doctors gave him six months to a year to live and all that was left to do… Read More »