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Can One Really Overcome the Suffering Imposed by Hashem?

Can One Really Overcome the Suffering Imposed by Hashem?

Rav Yaakov Israel LUGASSY

Question: A well-known principle sustains that Hashem does not send trials and tribulations that are impossible to overcome. Does this principle also apply to suffering?

Overcoming Differences in Orthodoxy

Overcoming Differences in Orthodoxy

16-minute video class given by Rav Pesach SIEGEL.

Five questions about Gilgulim – Reincarnations of the Sou

Five questions about Gilgulim – Reincarnations of the Sou

Rabbi Yigal Avraham

Having recognized the principle of the reincarnation of souls, we often question several related issues in both practical and complex terms. If I have incarnated into...

The Resurrection of The Dead

The Resurrection of The Dead

2-minute video class given by Rav Jonathan TAWIL.

The Story of Yankel, Survivor of Auschwitz

The Story of Yankel, Survivor of Auschwitz

Monday November 23th, 2020

Yankel, a survivor of the Holocaust, runs a bakery in the New York neighborhood of Crown Heights. One day, he explained: "Do you know why I'm still alive today? When I...

Why Do We So Much Want Children?

Why Do We So Much Want Children?

Rabbi Yigal Avraham

In Hebrew, the word "child" has the same etymological root as the word "construction". A builder carefully chooses the appropriate equipment and builds a building that...

A Puerto Rican Policeman Named Menachem Mendel ...

A Puerto Rican Policeman Named Menachem Mendel ...

Sunday November 22th, 2020

One afternoon in Detroit, USA, a religious couple came out of the airport in a rental car, en route to the wedding of an acquaintance, which was to take place in this...

Cheshvan: Continuing on After Tishrei

Cheshvan: Continuing on After Tishrei

17-minute video class given by Rav Zave RUDMAN.

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