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We Empower Ourselves By Empowering Others

Words fail to capture the moment. We are living in surreal times. Few precedents, limited visibility. Perhaps a transition to a new world. We were like dreamers. Our people have never given up hope. Each day will be better than the day before. Until, one day, there will be neither war nor hunger. No more hate, no more envy. But how will this happen? Who will usher in this age? A vision is needed, one that captures both the imagination and the spirit. Like Einstein’s grand quest for a Unified field theory, We are all pieces in a grand puzzle. No piece is more or less worthy; No one will be left behind. All men are created equal. Every one plays a vital role. We only know our true value by dis

Parshat Shlach: The Secret To True Confidence

Confidence is one of the most imp ortant traits in helping us succeed in life. When we believe in ourselves we perform better, we communicate more effectively which then enhances the quality of our relationships. Like all human traits, confidence is highly complex with a wide range of variants. Perhaps the most important aspect of confidence is how genuine the belief that we have in ourselves is. It could be that we are just projecting a strength we do not really possess. Or maybe we have not yet been truly tested. We are living in extraordinary times. Perhaps we are even experiencing the greatest challenge in our generation. The lack of any coherent visibility is causing profound anxiety. M

Parshat Behaalotecha: Is It All About GDP?

The UK's GDP fell by 20.4% in April, the largest fall since monthly records began. This figure will further serve to demonstrate the economic impact of the coronavirus lockdown and its inevitable ramifications on society. But what exactly is meant by GDP, and how is it measured? GDP is used primarily to ascertain the economic health and development of a country. It therefore measures the sum of the value of goods and services produced in the economy. However, there are many flaws with this modal. One of its limitations is ‘inequality’. A strong GDP is not necessarily a reflection of the country at large. It could be a result of just a small minority becoming richer. In addition, it is cer

Parshat Naso: Overcoming Our Natural Prejudice

More than 350 cities across the USA have erupted in protest and violence after George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man, was killed by a white police officer. This brutal death has reawakened deep anger and hate among the black community and rekindled the age-long struggle for racial justice in America. To be clear, this issue is highly complex and no easy solutions are possible. However, in attempting to solve any problem, one must first identify and acknowledge its root cause. Only then can genuine healing begin. In a fascinating talk on the subject of the ‘Ten Commandments’ the Lubavitcher Rebbe offered a most illuminating insight. The Rebbe explained that the words engraved on the t



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