“There is nothing new under the sun” is as valid today as it was yesterday.
The time immediately preceding Mashiach's arrival is likened to the birth pangs of a woman in labor.
If we regard pain and suffering as mere coincidence, we will feel no motivation to examine our lives
What does Hashem want of us? That we should protect each other and the awesome heritage He gave us.
Jewish blood was cheap and could be shed with impunity.
We are all entrusted with the mission of protecting our fellow Jews
Once again we find ourselves alone – a little lamb among wolves.
Heavenly Father, for how long? How much more?
Gratitude=Great Attitude. Appreciation is always appropriate.
The two words "thank you" have no time expiration; even if spoken after many years they’re as potent as ever.
Let us shake the heavens. Let us not stop until our boys and all our people are liberated from bondage.
Loving-kindness can cure the anger and bitterness in our poisonous world.
The Hebrew word for coincidence is mikreh, which comes from “karah min Hashem – it happened from G-d.”
Saying “thank you” to people to whom we are indebted is humbling – especially if we’ve been raised in a culture of entitlement.
To his very last day he struggled to transcend his pain so that he might impart Torah to all who visited him.
G-d gave us our ammunition. Torah, prayer, and loving kindness are our most powerful weapons.
Painful stories of non-observant Jews mocking and attacking their religion and their religious brethren were all too commonplace.
Yet the windows of Pesach are crucial. Through them we can see our bitter exile.
The tendency to rely on human beings rather than G-d has been our curse throughout the centuries.
We have windows of history, of Yom Tovim, but the dust continues to obscure our vision.