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New Carlebach Minyon in Ramot bet, Jerusalem Prayer Mashiach G-d’s Place Heaven Creating Inside Longing Tree of Life Holy Arrogance ~ Part Two Introduction Acknowledgments Joy Friendship Love Never Give Up! Anger Children Peace Fixing Who are you? Yearning Belief Am I Here? Life Infinite Song and Prayer Teachings and Stories about Shabbos by Rabbi […] Continue reading

The Individual

     Every person is a revelation of G-d, which has never been before, because every person has something of G-d, which nobody else ever had. I have something that Abraham didn’t have. I have something that Moses didn’t have.   If you serve G-d like somebody else, then you needn’t have been born. They […] Continue reading


  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 […] Continue reading


     Peace comes from such a high place that it is not given to one person. I can’t say to G-d, “Please give me peace. I don’t care about the rest of the world.” Peace has to be between me and the world, between me and people, between me and somebody else.        […] Continue reading


   The previous Lubavitcher Rebbe visited a city in Russia. There he saw old Chassidim with long beards cleaning a house. He asked them, “What are you doing?” They said, “Tonight the holy Rabbi of Tolna is coming so we are cleaning the house.” He said, “Where are your children? Why don’t they do it?” […] Continue reading


   The Ropshitzer Rebbe returned home after giving his sermon in the synagogue. His wife asked him, “How was the sermon?” He answered, “I had a fifty percent success. I taught the importance of the rich giving charity to the poor, and I was able to convince the poor to be willing to receive it.” […] Continue reading


The Alshich   I want to bless you that whenever something good and holy happens to you, it should also happen to your soulmate.  Because the saddest thing in the world is: imagine if one of you reaches a very high level, and the other one doesn’t.  It’s so heartbreaking because you can be very […] Continue reading


The Greatest Light   One second before they break the glass, it’s on the level of going into the Holy of Holies.   “Ohel” [tent], comes from the word light.  The world always thinks that light is when everybody can see it.  The greatest light is to be alone with another human being, when nobody […] Continue reading


David HaMelech   “Cos yeshuot ehsah” [I will uplift the cup of salvation]. David HaMelech will hold the cup all the time in his hand.  Gevalt, gevalt.  I cannot imagine David HaMelech not coming to this wedding, and not holding this beautiful cup here.     Gd’s Circle   “Yancheni bemaglei tzedek lemaan shemo” [He […] Continue reading



Daily Torah Quote

Joke of the day

Little Josh was brought to Dr. Gill cause he hadn’t eaten anything for days. Dr. Gill offered him all the goodies he could think of. No luck. He tried a little scolding. It didn’t work. A little pleading, to no avail. Finally he sat down, faced the boy, looked him in the eye. He said, “Look young man, if you can be stubborn, so can I. You’re not going anywhere till you eat something. You can have whatever you want, but only after you have eaten will you leave.” Josh just sat and glared for some time, then said “OK. I’ll eat but I have some conditions. First, I’ll have exactly what I want and exactly how I want it and second you’ll share with me.” Dr. Gill was OK with this. He asked the child what he’d like. “Worms!” said Josh. Dr. Gill was horrified but didn’t want to back out and seem like a loser. So, he ordered a plate of worms to be brought in. “Not that many, just one,” yelled Josh as he saw the plate. So, everything other than one worm was removed. Josh then demanded that the single worm be cut into two pieces and then Dr. Gill eat half. Dr. Gill went through the worst ordeal of his life, and after finishing, barely managing to keep his cool, said, “OK, now eat!” Josh refused as he sobbed, “No way! You ate my half!”