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Sifting the Flour

Sifting the Flour

September 12, 2021

Rebbe Elimelech of Lizensk longed for the coming of Moshiach (Messiah), a day when truth and justice will prevail the world over. He told a parable about a baker sifting flour, which he said would be indicative of Moshiach's imminent arrival. This amazing parable helps us understand current events today.

The Last Laugh

The Last Laugh

July 11, 2021

"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:

Three Friends in Life

Three Friends in Life

May 24, 2021

We often learn that so-called "friends" abandon us when we really need them, while others whom we never paid much attention to turn out to be steadfast in time of trouble. Watch this inspiring campfire story with an important lesson for life, especially now:


Meron Afterthoughts: The Hidden Tzadik

Meron Afterthoughts: The Hidden Tzadik

May 7, 2021

When you go to a shiva house, you learn all types of things about the deceased person – the biggest thing you learn is that you never really knew the individual or the greatness that was within him. That's why King Solomon tells us in Ecclesiastes that it's better to go to visit a shiva house than a nightclub. The difference is that in a nightclub, all you see is glitter, makeup and outer dimensions. In the house of a mourner, there's no glitter and outer dimensions, only inner dimensions. Today's podcast is a tribute to the 45 holy victims of the Meron tragedy on Lag B'Omer last week.

Shmura Heart

Shmura Heart

March 21, 2021

The "domain" that we must clean for Passover is not just our external one. We all know what "Shmura matza" is; what about a shmura heart?

Never Alone

Never Alone

November 8, 2020

Today, we learn the three words that we must engrave on our hearts, for they will rescue us in times of trouble.

The Life of a Leaf

The Life of a Leaf

August 16, 2020

Think about what you'd rather be - a leaf, a branch or a root. This is a parable about our true source of vitality.


No Free Meals

No Free Meals

July 21, 2020

This world is just like a restaurant - there are no free meals. Indeed, the seemingly free meals end up being the most expensive ones. Enjoy this parable about the evil inclination.


Do What You Can

Do What You Can

April 5, 2020

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...

Where’s Moshiach?

Where’s Moshiach?

March 30, 2020

The twelfth of our Thirteen Principles of Emuna requires us all to eagerly anticipate Moshiach. I don't think that there's anyone, religious or not, who doesn't want Moshiach, so where is he? Why doesn't he come already? A lot of people are talking about Coronavirus as a catalyst for Moshiach, but is there any truth in that? Let's find out...

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