If you've ever lost a loved one, nothing could console and comfort you more than the Thirteenth Principle of Emuna, which we learn today on Emuna Hour (40-minute lesson).
Maybe you think that you're not musical but King David says otherwise. Here's how the events of your life come together to create a beautiful melody that's ever so gratifying to Hashem.
If Hashem loves us so much, then why does He give us broken hearts from time to time? Here's a shot of encouragement after suffering a setback.
The world is utterly confused between narcissism, a definitely undesirable trait, and loving yourself, which is a key to your happiness, success and emotional health in addition to being the vital element in your relationship with yourself, with others and with the Creator.
"If we knew that a rare gift was concealed within our difficulties, we could laugh; but with emuna, we start laughing even before we discover the gift."
An old parable about a donkey in trouble gives us a different perspective on life's difficulties. Here's two-and-a-half minutes of encouragement:
First aid for depression:
1. Get up
2. Call out to God
3. GO FORWARD - the two most important words you'll ever need to know
Here's today's emuna news: the preoccupation with Coronavirus has taken the focus away from Israel's northern border, where an acute threat of hundreds of thousands of Hizbolla and Iranian missiles are aimed at us right now. Moses saw all this in this week's Torah portion...
Our message today is intended to be a spiritual antidote to all that's trying to pull us down and to enable us to truly feel good about ourselves. The "Three Weeks" period is a time to yearn for Moshiach and the Holy Temple, but not a time to be sad or depressed.
In today's empowering podcast, we learn to love ourselves and to appreciate the special qualities that Hashem gives each of us. No more jealousy and no more being down on yourself...
People wake up in the morning hoping for a trouble-free day full of sunshine so that they can enjoy their plans of the picnic, the family outing or whatever they're looking forward to doing. But sometimes, unexpected rains fall and not only ruin their day, but soak them to the bone. Life's sudden troubles are just like those unexpected rains; here's how to cope with them...