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Jewish Holidays

Rebuilding the Temple Within

September 5, 2008, by

A’ye’ka – Where are you? Look what has become of you! Elul & Tishrei – Rebuilding The Bais Hamikdash Within Ourselves with Rabbi Yosef Grossman, OU Director of Kosher Education and host of The Good Vort on OURadio.org. Recorded live at OU World Headquarters NY, NY September 3, 2008.

My Beloved

September 4, 2008, by

Elul is a time when we renew our vows with God. How can we work on loving God and our fellow man? by Rabbi Dave Felsenthal, Director of OU Alumni Affairs

Spiritual Healing: Part I

September 3, 2008, by

We are not infallible, but if we can destroy it, we can fix it. You are the master of your soul – first in a series on spiritual healing by Rochi Lerner, host of Torah Sessions on OURadio.org.

Articles for Elul by Rabbi Yaakov Luban

September 19, 2006, by

Short stories for the Days of Awe The Pendulum An E-Mail from Hashem A Story for the Days of Awe Changing Perspectives The Grand Slam If you received e-mail from an angel, would you heed… The Heavenly Call The Merry – Go – Round

Making A Plan for Your Life

June 30, 2006, by

God created us with a specific set of talents. Our purpose in life is to maximize that potential. Cheshbon is the way to do it. A key to the teshuva process is to make a plan that will liberate you from the things that hold you back. Without a plan, it is hard to show […]

The Grand Slam-Changing Perspectives – A Short Story

June 30, 2006, by

At first, the Malach (angel) did not plan to use the RMTF program on Henry. After all, it was very powerful and left some people in a permanent state of shock. For many, a few good conversations combined with DVD and E-Mail Therapy was all that was necessary, but this approach did not work for […]

Jewish Optimism:Eternal Words with Contemporary Echoes

June 30, 2006, by

THERE ARE THOSE who view Jewish life as confining, gloomy and pessimistic. They claim that Judaism enforces restrictions, a life filled with obligations, somber occasions, all year long prayers three times a day. We have Yom Kippur preceded eight days earlier by Tzom Gedaliah, fasting on Tisha B’Av when only three weeks earlier we cleansed […]

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