Emuna provides genuine clarity; a higher spiritual sensitivity, a reason for all events and a solution to one’s difficulties. Emuna brings a person to ‘see’ what he originally believed in principle. A great reward to living a life of emuna is attaining a tangible awareness of the presence of G-d. One of the biggest values in learning and living a life of emuna is reaching a place of inner composure and well-being which comes as a result of knowing that there is a G-d who loves us and is intimately involved in every aspect of our lives. The shift to living a life of emuna needs to be taught and practiced daily. It is for this purpose the Daily Dose of Emuna was created. It is my genuine hope that you will develop emuna vision by learning Emuna together with the thousands who have already begun.
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Attaching rich meaning and purpose to life’s challenges equips us with the vital gear to combat them. A person would be happy to dig a hole no matter how difficult the task appears, knowing that he will be planting a garden in that pit and soon enjoy a beautiful floral display.
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Music is merely a type of revelation of the soul and its feelings. The soul manifests itself in the words that a person utters his joyful and/or painful thoughts and feelings. Our holy texts teach us that when a person’s suffering overwhelms him c’v, he can no longer speak, but can
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D The laws of the red heifer are incomprehensible to the human mind. We cannot understand everything in life. We are probed with questions, confusion, uncertainties – the Parah Adumah is a reminder of how limited our minds are. What advice does the Torah offer in such cases where even Shlomo HaMelech
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Tzaddik B’Emunato Yichyeh – A righteous man lives by his Emuna. Mankind wishes to strive upward and spiritually elevate him/herself always. The Navi Chavakuk ztk’l explains in three words how to attain it; righteousness comes through living with Emuna. Emuna should be interwoven into our thoughts, speech and deeds under
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Today’s Daily Dose of Emuna is sponsored L’iluy nishmat Tzvia bat Mordechai a”h. May her soul bask in the Shechinah HaKedosha among all the righteous who have departed from this world, Amen. The Chofetz Chaim ztk’l teaches a parable that clarifies the understanding of the importance of constant review and repetition
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Today’s daily dose of emuna is dedicated to the refuah shleimah of Sagi ben Anat. May Hashem send him a complete healing refuat hanefesh v’refuat haguf amongst all of Klal Yisrael who are sick and suffering b’karov b’rachamim, Amen. Stories of the tsaddikim are stories describing Hashem’s personal intervention with this
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D In Sefer Bereishis we learn about Yaakov Avinu’s wondrous dream as he leaves Beersheba for Haran. He sees a ladder standing firmly on the ground, reaching upward to the heavens. Angels are going up and down “v’hinei Hashem Nitzav alav (Behold, Hashem is standing above him)”. The Izhbitzer Rebbe ztk”l explained
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Filling our lives with mindfulness that Hashem is with us, intimately involved in every thought, deed and word, embraces us with complete joy. There is nothing as sweet and pleasant as meriting a warm hug by Hashem after we experience His personal involvement in our lives. One of the main emotional
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D A Chassidic vort describes a chassid who came to the Rebbe with the following complaint: “Rebbe, I have foreign thoughts.” “Foreign?” asked the Rebbe. “They aren’t foreign at all. They’re all yours.” Chassidut teaches that when a particular issue is disturbing you try to “elevate” those foreign thoughts; to “elevate the
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