Store – Light out of Darkness: Surviving the ‘End of Days …

Light out of Darkness: Surviving the End of Days This book provides proof from the prophecies that we are indeed living in the era described by Jewish tradition as the “End of Days”. What can we expect? How can we successfully survive this difficult period in history? The answers to these questions and much more in this absolutely enthralling book!

Haftarah: “The Punishment of the Nations” , הרב אברהם …

The prophet Zechariah describes the positive attitude of the nations who will survive the war of Gog and Magog: It shall be that all who are left over from all the nations who had invaded Yerushalayim will come up every year to worship the King Hashem, Master of Legions, and to celebrate the festival of Succot.”

Chapter 5: Who Will Rise? – Moshiach 101

In the original, baal teshuvah. This, incidentally, is the only correct usage of the Hebrew term. Strictly speaking, a person who today is loosely called a baal teshuvah should be called (as in Shabbos 68b) a tinok shenishba bein haakum (lit., “a child taken into captivity among the gentiles”): since his ignorance stems from circumstances beyond his control, he is obviously blameless.

Rabbi Yitzchak Breiter – breslev.co.il

Reb Yitzchak was born in Poland seventy-six years after Rebbe Nachman’s passing, and he grew up without ever having heard of Breslover Chassidut…

Mendel Kaplan – chabad.org

We’ve previously established that birthday observances and even celebrations are Torah truisms. Now we explore: do birthdates retain Torah meaning after one’s terrestrial passing onto their eternal reward. Intuitively, the start of one’s physical life sho …