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Shelach: - The Living Should Take It To Heart

Instead of writing a weekly insight derived from the current Torah portion I thought it would be more fitting to address a most tragic event that has befallen our community. A middle aged man, beloved father, dear husband, tragically drowned whilst on holiday in Mexico. No words can describe the shock, pain and grief that the family is currently enduring. May Hashem comfort them all. May all the family no longer know any pain and suffering. The devastating impact that this tragic untimely passing has had on the community has been most profound. In these circumstances our only response as Jews is silence and acceptance of G-d’s mysterious ways. I would just like to share with you a most inspi

Behaalotecha:- The Fine Balance In Raising Our Children

Is it right to impose our values on our children? To what extent are we as parents responsible for the way our children behave? What if parents and children don’t see eye to eye? These questions are profoundly complex and emotionally charged. After all we love our children more then anything else. Consequently we desire for our children what we believe is in their best interest. However there is a key ingredient which we often overlook. We find an allusion to this in our weekly Torah portion. In relaying G‑d’s command to kindle the Menorah the verse uses the words “When you raise up the lamps.” Rashi explains that the priest should apply the flame to the wick “until the flame rises on its ow

Naso: Talk Less | Listen Carefully | Be Amazed!

The world is a classroom. G-d is the teacher, we are his students. He conveys the lesson in subtle form. Each event to which we are exposed is embedded with a timely personal message. Helping us to fulfil our purpose in life. How many times a day do we check for messages on our WhatsApp? Email? Messenger? Can you imagine if we lived our lives trying to pick up messages from on high! But how do we become more aware of these divine messages? A few tips... Talk less: The more we talk the less we hear. We are all too preoccupied with our own narrative. Our hearts and minds are set in their ways. There is no space in our minds for alternative views. No place in our hearts for empathy for others.

Bamidbar - Shavuot: Your Most Valuable Asset!

Warren Buffett spends five to six hours per day reading. Bill Gates reads 50 books per year. Elon Musk grew up reading two books a day. How many hours a week do you spend reading or learning? We are living in times of profound confusion and uncertainty. Timeless values are frowned upon. Traditional rules of engagement have vanished. Even civil dialogue is rare. Consequently people are anxious and afraid. Especially the young. Even though they pretend not to be. In times likes these we have no choice but to revive our senses. We can do this by immersion in the wellsprings of eternal life. Each and every Jew has free access to this experience. You don’t have to travel nor pay for this. it prov



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