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Masters & Miracles


Divine Interventions
Dedication & Acknowledgment
Foreward
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach A Friend To Our Generation
Accessing Blissful Love
Hidden Blessings from Rabbi Meir, the Amshinover Rebbe
From Darkest Times to Streams of Blessings: The Lubavitcher Rebbe – Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson
Life Saving Turning Points for Israel
Inviting miracles into our lives
The Gulf War – 50 Scud Missiles
Love’s Higher Vision on Relationships
Turning the tide of the Second World War Yaacov Abuhatzirah
A Tankist’s Life Saved by an Apparition
Major Disaster Averted
The Holocaust – A view from Above
What Do You Really Want – Forever?
Loulou – An otherworldly Rescue
Experiencing the Presence of God
Rabbi Yaacov, the Present Amshinover Rebbe
Prayer – a Gift from the Infinite
Flaming Hebrew Letters Brought Her Soul Back
The Brisker Rav’s Amazing Escape
Won’t Blow Up
It Happened To Be So
From Realms of Infinite Joy
A Mighty Spirit of Strength The Ribnitzer Rebbe
A Personal Message To You
Mezuzah Reader
Sacred, blessed words
Being a Light Unto the Nations
Our Power of Higher Awareness
Rabbi Nanes- Underground Secret Service
Love from the Divine Presence
Baba Sali Didn’t Want to Frighten Her
Stories about three Exceptional Women Helpers Receive Help
From Deepest Despair to Loving Fulfillment
Peace Corps Volunteer
Three Healing Crises for Howard Jonas
Inviting Divine Protection
Rescue in the Tomb of the Patriarchs
What happened to the 150 Hatzalah volunteers at WTC?
The Voice of our Intuitive Knowing


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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?”