Chanukah 5782 – Introduction

Every chag (holiday) or event on the Hebrew calendar, brings with it the original energy of that time period again and again through years.

Shin (Sin): The Twenty-First Letter of the Hebrew Alphabet

“The three lines of the shin may be interpreted as three gen­eral dimensions of a human being: Kesser (will and pleasure), the intellect, and the emotions.

The Color of Heaven – Parshat Korach

“When a Jew wears a four-cornered garment, he has a mitzvah, a commandment, to attach four threads to each of its corners. These threads are called tzitzit. One of these threads is the color of tekhelet… which is a reflection of the blue of the sea, and the blue of the sea is a reflection of the blue of the sky, and the blue of the sky is a reflection of a mystical concept called the Kisei HaKavod, a throne on which, so to speak, Hashem sits.

Tefillat HaSheLah – “A Parent’s Prayer”

This special prayer was composed by the SheLah Hakadosh to express the prayers of parents on behalf of their children.

When the Month of Adar Enters, Joy Increases

“When the month of Adar enters, joy is increased” – Talmud, Ta’anit 29a