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.
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Share this on WhatsAppBS’D The basic tenet of emuna is taught in Megillat Eicha (3:38), “From Shamayim does not emerge evil…” Evil does not have a hold on existence; all that comes from Hashem is either revealed or hidden good but still it is all good. Correct spiritual vision involves piercing the surface of all
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D In Parshat Devarim Moshe Rabbeinu asks, “Eicha Esah Levadi” How can I bear alone (on my own) your trouble, burdens and quarrels?” (Deut. 1:12). Hidden in the word Eicha we find many powerful messages. The gematria of Eicha is 36, equal to the number of prohibitions for which one gets karet, spiritually
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D There is an underlying universal message in all that happens in this world; one nation, one heart with one desire. We all lack something – the basis of all pain is that we are in exile away from home and apart from our truthful selves. The greatest suffering is ignorance; we
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Taken from – http://www.divreichizuk.com/id101.html Rabbi Fischel Schachter told the story of a woman, a Holocaust survivor, who settled in America after the war and was married for twelve years without having children. One day she was sitting in a doctor’s office on Madison Ave. in Manhattan, and the doctor, going over
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D The soul is ‘hired’ to act as an important agent of Hashem – in charge of redeeming sparks. However because this world is ‘dark’ (hides Hashem’s light) she often ‘forgets’ her task and feels disconnected and alone. But she is not; the Shechinah joins her in darkness and guides her way.
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D We are in this world to change; often that’s challenging and even scary. Rav Kook ztk’l teaches that change is a grounds for positivity since it draws a picture of movement to a better place. Even so, change does mean going into the unknown; something that requires courage. Change also involves
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D Think of a sorrow… any sorrow whether you are directly affected by it or someone else… its origin is in our current exile and the pain of the Shechinah. We don’t easily connect to this on a daily basis, but today we must. Today we mourn as a nation for the
Share this on WhatsAppBS’D “And you shall love Hashem, your G-d, with all your heart and all your soul and all your resources” (Devarim, 6:15). Masechet Avot teaches there are three levels of love of Hashem: with the heart, soul and resources. Love of Hashem ideally should be unconditional; however it generally emerges out of condition
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