I thought I’d share a post from a magazine I saw on line…. Of all things, the name of the magazine is “Relevant!”
This past Shabbat I addressed the challenge of talking in shul. For further inspiration on the topic, here is a link to an article that has a very creative effort by Rabbi Yaakov Luban addressing the issue.
Nope – I am not referring to the ongoing issues at Rutgers… Click on the following link to read this week’s Sermon. Have a wonderful Shabbos!
Please click to download the PDF of this week’s drasha: WK Drasha – Ki Tisah
Every now and then I have an insight that is so simple that it is almost obvious; and yet, it seems to be the truth.
The Mishna in Avos teaches that a wealthy person is one who is happy with his/her lot. Meaning, it is not how much you have, it is how you feel about what you have.
A wealthy person is someone who lacks for nothing. So if you are happy with what you have – then you lack nothing. Thus if you are happy with what you have – you are a wealthy person.
See here for Rabbi Jonathan Sachs on morality today.
Rabbi David Fohrman is at it again… Click here to view a wonderful six part video regarding Esther and Purim.
There is an interesting evolution happening in the study of Torah, particularly with where it is being studied.
Watch this video here.
And see here for Rabbi Adlerstein’s thought provoking response.