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Behaving Like a Jew at Work

Behaving Like a Jew at Work

Jeremie BERREBI

What’s the first question every person will be asked when (after passing at the age of 120), he ascends to the Heavenly Court?

4 Ways to Reduce Anger

4 Ways to Reduce Anger

The Torah-Box Team

The angry man is often scornful of others. He also judges his neighbor unfavorably.

Great People Sin Greatly!

Great People Sin Greatly!

Rav Yaakov Israel LUGASSY

QUESTION: Why do some pure-hearted men stumble by sinning while some other, much less great people, are not trapped by the Yetzer Hara for such sins?

Rav Kanievsky’s Story: “The Soul of Your Borrower Reincarnated in a Donkey”

Rav Kanievsky’s Story: “The Soul of Your Borrower...

The Torah-Box Team

Rav Chaim Kanievsky recommends that money lenders never keep unpaid loan documents handy.

What is Integrity?

What is Integrity?

The Torah-Box Team

Rabbeinu Bechayei explains that the expression "righteous" best portrays a man who takes extreme precautions in matters related to theft and "upright" distinguishes a...

Where Did You Acquire this Exceptional Love of the Torah?

Where Did You Acquire this Exceptional Love of the Torah?

The Torah-Box Team

Rav Yosef Shalom Cahanman disembarked one fine day in the city of Cincinnati in the USA and was hosted by a prominent Jewish businessman in the Jewish community. His...

Story: Is it the Russian Tsar who Saved these 400 Jews?

Story: Is it the Russian Tsar who Saved these 400 Jews?

Sunday March 22th, 2020

What prompted the Russian Tsar to build a railway line of over 8500 km that lead nowhere? Discover a story of Hashgacha Pratit (divine providence).

When Young and Old Meet

When Young and Old Meet

Thursday March 19th, 2020

Aside from our own grandparents, we often have trouble connecting to older people for different reasons.

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