17 Tishrei 5782 / Thursday, September 23, 2021 | Torah Reading: Sukkot
 
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  "Dear God" - Children's Personal Prayer  
 
By Breslev Israel Staff
Update date: 12/28/2020, 11:56
 
The loveliest expressions of pure and simple faith are the innocent prayers of children, who simply talk to their "Dear God" in their own words.


 
  Teach Your Children, Watch Your Words  
 
By Rabbi Aharon Dobinsky
Update date: 11/15/2020, 08:55
 
A life of Torah should be a delicate balance between the spiritual and the physical. Each has its own importance and must be judiciously used whether in teaching, child rearing or just speaking with others.


 
  A Woman’s Secret Power  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/28/2020, 09:29
 
Women don't realize how powerful they are. The success of her family, her children and even her husband's income depend on her power. But like other types of raw power, it must be channeled in the right direction.


 
  What's Different About a Jewish Marriage?  
 
By Rabbi Zev Ballen
Update date: 6/20/2021, 15:40
 
Secular books on marriage are unaware of the special spiritual connection that exists between a Jewish husband and a Jewish wife and so what they say about the physical and emotional aspects of marriage simply cannot appy to Jewish couples.


 
  There's no Mistake  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 11/9/2020, 08:38
 
So many people walk around with the miserable feeling that they married the wrong person. According to the principles of emuna, is that possible?


 
  The Ultimatum for Personal Purity  
 
By Rabbi Zev Ballen
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:18
 
The Creator demands that all the nations obey his commandment to maintain personal holiness and loyalty to ones spouse. But one who is "merciful" and capitulates to a spouse who refuses to change his or her immoral behavior is acting with misplaced mercy


 
  The Real Benefactor  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 10/31/2020, 19:48
 
One of the most amazing concepts in Judaism is that of Ben Mazakeh Av; the parent, long after his or her life in the physical realm, derives limitless benefit from the upright deeds of sons and daughters…


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 9)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:35
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 8)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:35
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 7)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:34
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 6)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:33
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 5)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:32
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 4)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:32
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 3)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:31
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of Dyslexia (Part 2)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 6/20/2021, 16:30
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


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