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Keeping Your Bashert
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We live in an age where the very social fabric of society seems to be tearing apart at the seams. Divorce rates in the western world hover at fifty percent. And that’s only for first marriages. Second marriages have an even higher failure rate. And third marriages a higher failure rate still. Besides the personal […]
You Won a House!
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People enduring hardship and pain may feel that Hashem doesn’t care about them. They cry out in prayer, but things don’t change. They take upon themselves to do extra Mitzvot, yet their situation doesn’t improve. If a person lacks a proper understanding of Hashem, these situations could lead a person to want to stop praying […]
2.7. Suffering and Gehinnom
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Sources refer to the Ramchal’s Derech Hashem. —————————————– As we discussed throughout the preceding entries, man’s purpose in this world is to elevate himself so that he becomes worthy of the ultimate goodness, which is proximity to God in the Next World. God’s wisdom decreed that the best way to accomplish this would be for […]
What If I Missed My Bashert
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The first step is to realize that there are second chances. We’ve all heard our share of dating stories where the couple went out and decided it wasn’t a match. They each went their separate ways, dated other people, and finally six years later, they went out again and got married. But that’s not always […]
Tzarich Iyun: Aramaic
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Misconception: Aramaic is a dead language used only in the study of the Talmud, the Targum, and the book of Daniel. Fact: There are hundreds of thousands of people around the world, including thousands of Jews in Israel, who speak Aramaic as their mother tongue. Background: [1] In the “ingathering of Jews” that is taking […]