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Love’s Higher Vision on Relationships

  Higher inspiration comes through many different channels. For some, it comes most powerfully through the Masters of loving kindness that have graced our world with their presence of immense compassion. When we connect in our heart with great Masters, they find a way to reach out to us and guide us. Here is one […] Continue reading

Turning the tide of the Second World War Yaacov Abuhatzirah

A mighty battle against dark forces     During the few years of our life in Los Angeles, we were fortunate to get acquainted with members of the Abuhatzirah family, descendents of Yaacov Abuhatzirah, master of miracles, a great historical figure of the Sephardic Jewish community from North Africa.   There were times when we […] Continue reading

A Tankist’s Life Saved by an Apparition

  Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach told us this story in his own words.   “I would like to share with you a story about a holy soldier in Israel.   In 1966, a ‘sweet little Yiddele’ (a simple Jew) from Tel Aviv came to visit me and said: “Please, could you get through to my son, […] Continue reading

Major Disaster Averted

  Often Divine guidance comes to us in many unexpected ways to encourage us in our particular creative endeavors. I was given two more encouraging signs indicating that this book about miracles which you are holding in your hands was meant to be created and was receiving help from Above to be completed.   You […] Continue reading

The Holocaust – A view from Above

This writing is here to bring higher understanding and healing answers to the burning questions that have been in countless hearts since the Second World War: the questions about the six million Jewish people who were brutally murdered during the Holocaust. There are many who don’t even want to think about it. Many don’t want […] Continue reading

What Do You Really Want – Forever?

Great sages and holy men have taught us that we can talk directly to the Holy One, Master of the Universe and that we have the ability to listen to His answers and instructions. There is a question that has been haunting most of us human beings ever since we were born in our vulnerable […] Continue reading

Loulou – An otherworldly Rescue

  The following story was reported by Avi*, a grocery store owner in Tel Aviv. Among his familiar customers was a handsome 18 year old, Loulou, a regular carefree young man. Avi had watched him growing up and was fond of him.   One day Avi saw Loulou entering his store. He looked different – […] Continue reading

Experiencing the Presence of God

  Perhaps the greatest privilege we can receive in our world is our unique faculty to experience moments when our consciousness expands dramatically; inexplicable moments when we can feel the sacred, ineffable, all embracing Presence of God.   You may wonder: What is this experience of the Presence of God truly like?   When I […] Continue reading

Rabbi Yaacov, the Present Amshinover Rebbe

It has been our great blessing and privilege to be personally acquainted with the Amshinover Rebbe, Rabbi Yaacov Milikovsky, who is a grandchild of the previous Amshinover Rebbe, Reb Yerachmiel Kalish and is also a descendant of great Masters of Chassidic dynasties. His every movement, every word and every silence awes us by the power, […] Continue reading

Prayer – a Gift from the Infinite

Many wonder: “How can we really pray? How does it work?” Indeed, prayer is a mystery: Do we really know who we are addressing? Behind the word God is a vast ocean of mystery! Our mystics and sages have sought to convey some of their awe and love toward the Infinite, Supreme, all-encompassing, eternal Presence. […] Continue reading

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Daily Torah Quote

Joke of the day

Once there was a Yeshiva student going out on his first date. He went to his friend for advice. “What do I talk about with the girl?”

His friend said, “It’s as easy as pie. First you talk about love. Then you talk about family. And then you talk about philosophy.”

OK, the great moment arrives. They sit down and first he says, “Tell me honestly, do you love lokshen (noodles)?”

She says, “No, I hate lokshen.”

OK, let’s try family. “Does your brother like lokshen?”

“I don’t have a brother.”

Oh, no, this is not so simple. Let’s try philosophy. “If you would have a brother, do you think he would like lokshen?”


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