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Why Is A Difficulty Called Nissayon in Hebrew?

Why Is A Difficulty Called Nissayon in Hebrew?

Rav Yossef-'Haï ABERGEL

We have seen that trials are nothing more than a sign of G-d's love. Let us now try to develop some methods of reflection in order to measure ourselves against the...

Concrete Methods to Study Mussar

Concrete Methods to Study Mussar

Here are some concrete methods to effectively study Mussar:

An Unconscious Mother of A Newborn Wakes Up, Just As Rav Kanievsky Promised

An Unconscious Mother of A Newborn Wakes Up, Just As Rav...

Wednesday October 6th, 2021

An incredible miracle concerning a woman in labor who miraculously woke up after losing consciousness during childbirth was published a few months ago in the newspaper...

Kind and Generous…First With One’s Family!

Kind and Generous…First With One’s Family!

The Torah-Box Team

Home is a place where people are more likely to get angry.

Being a Good Jew Without Keeping Torah?

Being a Good Jew Without Keeping Torah?

The Torah-Box Team

Those who don’t have the chance to keep Torah and Mitzvot sometimes ask themselves this question: can I fulfill my life purpose without Torah and Mitzvot? Can a...

The Reward of the Pure-hearted Brother!

The Reward of the Pure-hearted Brother!

Thursday May 20th, 2021

This is the moving story of a talented young Yeshiva student with good Midot, who did not find his soul mate for many years. The young man was over 28 years old, and he...

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.

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