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A Letter From A Mother In Pain

25 Shevat 5777 – February 20, 2017
What follows is story of a regular family and a tragedy that unfolded while we were not looking.

Shiloh Musings: Like The Loss of a Child, The Destruction of a Community A...

9 Shevat 5777 – February 5, 2017
Just a couple of months ago, the residents of Amona had been told that they'd still be on the hill, or very close by, and that the government would build them a real community with real houses

Seeing Hashem’s Hand Through The Pain

7 Tevet 5777 – January 5, 2017
Rabbi Rosenblatt is a rabbi in London who is also the founder of Tikun, a chesed organization with many activities and programs.

My Journey Out of Pain

1 Tevet 5777 – December 29, 2016
I’d been reading a book about back pain which said that the real cause was pent up anger. Was I angry at someone?

Soul Talk – Coping With Tragedy: Turning Pain Into Power [audio]

7 Kislev 5777 – December 6, 2016
Coping With Tragedy By Turning Pain Into Power

Keep the Hebron Show Going

19 Tishri 5774 – September 23, 2013
People here develop "antennas" which pick up vibrations in the air, and the vibes were definitely there.

Torture

6 Elul 5773 – August 11, 2013
I suspect the survival of torture for so long owes as much to the Church as to human nature.

If He Is Released, I Will No Longer Be Able to Live

2 Elul 5773 – August 8, 2013
With your decision to release the murderer you spit on the graves of my mother and my brother.

A Nation Of Ballerinas

22 Kislev 5773 – December 5, 2012
Readers are always asking me how I have the strength to open my heart, to tell my personal story, my struggles, my pain. My saintly father, HaRav HaGaon Avraham HaLevi Jungreis, zt”l, taught us that whenever we have difficult challenges we should share them with others, so that they will be strengthened in dealing with their own tests. My father learned this from our Torah, which relates to us all the painful struggles of our Patriarchs and Matriarchs. “Ma’aseh avos siman la’banim – that which befell our forefathers is a sign for the children” – so that we too might be fortified.

Pollard Collapsed in Jail over the Weekend

18 Kislev 5773 – December 1, 2012
The committee to release Jonathan Pollard says the Jewish spy was hospitalized after he had collapsed in prison. His condition is unknown. His wife...

My Soul Is On Fire (Part I)

17 Kislev 5773 – November 30, 2012
Allan is a very troubled nineteen-year-old who has been coming to see me since August. Actually, I’m never sure if Allan will make it to the next appointment. Since we first met, I have been amazed at the amount of emotional turmoil and pain he is in. Every appointment seems to bring another “cry” for help. His anguish is noted by his constant crying and threats of harm to himself and others.

The Merit Of Eretz Yisrael

Yaakov Avinu received word that his brother Eisav was coming to greet him. He understood fully well that this was not to be a warm family reunion. Eisav came accompanied by a band of four hundred armed men, bent on revenge. The Torah describes Yaakov as “very frightened,” so he prepared for war.

Title: One Shot

25 Heshvan 5773 – November 9, 2012
ne Shot, authored by M. Wiseman, is an emotional drama that focuses on issues faced by some teens nowadays. In Suburbia, U.S.A., lived three extraordinary young men, Baruch, Nadav and Rafi. Nadav and Rafi have been friends forever, and Baruch joins the crew in his later teens. Pain is the bond that brings the threesome together. Baruch and Nadav have emotional pain and Rafi suffers from a physical pain; he discovered that he had advanced-stage cancer. The cancer was serious – too serious for the doctors, so they eventually stopped treating him.

The Greatness Of The Avos

24 Heshvan 5773 – November 8, 2012
“And Sarah died in Kiryas Arbah, which is Chevron, in the land of Canaan, and Avraham came to mourn for Sarah and to cry for...

10,000 Pounds

10 Heshvan 5773 – October 25, 2012
Staring out his window, Yakov tried ignoring the overwhelming sweep of emotions. He watched as the horses calmly grazed in the fields, oblivious to the deep hate brewing on each side of the farm. The audacity his brother has, Yakov shuddered thinking about it. Shaking his head he couldn’t think. Things hadn’t been easy since Father had died, he admit, but why now? After all the legal issues to deal with. After all the emotional pain. After watching their own mother wither away from the ache and void. But Levi couldn’t let it go.

The Rabbi’s Daughter

Several prominent Religious Zionist rabbis in Israel have fallen victim to the OTD (Off the Derech) phenomenon. Rav Shlomo Aviner, Rav David Bigman, and Rav Yoram Tzohar each have a daughter that has departed from the observant ways of their parents. So for those parents who have OTD children, you are not alone. There are some very prominent people who join you. One may ask: How can I publicize something like this about such prominent leaders in Klal Yisroel, since it might be embarrassing to them? The answer is that they do not hide it. They willingly participated in a film that tells their story.

The End Of The American Presidency

9 Heshvan 5773 – October 24, 2012
The American presidency came to an end on October 15, 1992 during a Town Hall debate between President George H.W, Bush, Ross Perot and Bill Clinton. The stage seemed more like a place for Phil Donahue to strut around, biting his lips and dragging out tawdry tales for audience applause than for three presidential candidates to discuss the future of the country.

The End of the American Presidency

3 Heshvan 5773 – October 18, 2012
The American presidency came to an end on October 15, 1992 during a Town Hall debate between Bush I, Ross Perot and Bill Clinton. The stage of the Town Hall seemed more like a place for Phil Donahue or Sally Jesse Raphael to strut around, biting their lips, and dragging out tawdry tales for audience applause, than for three presidential candidates to discuss the future of the country.

As We Care For Survivors, Don’t Forget The Damage Done To Their Descendents

2 Heshvan 5773 – October 17, 2012
The words "Never Forget" have become synonymous with the Holocaust, but as the actual horror of the Holocaust starts to fade, it's time we add to the mantra an addendum: "Never Ignore."

Democrats: The Party of Palliation

30 Tishri 5773 – October 15, 2012
A month before the presidential election, we know it will be close, and it will be a choice -- no mere referendum on the executive management skills of the current president. The electorate is choosing the balance between public and private sectors, between more and less government. But it is also choosing between the different ends to which government is directed, the different visions about what government is for, and in particular, the relationship politics has with suffering and sacrifice.

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