The Keys to Life
The Real Summit - The Quest for Purpose & Meaning in Life
The drive to experience a real sense of being – of feeling alive, is one of the strongest that comprises the human condition
Sensitivity Towards Your Fellow Man - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
It is important to emphasize that while one is taking care of his physical health, he must be careful not to damage his spiritual health in the process
The Journey and the Destination - Rabbi Akiva Tatz
If you grasp your life as a journey to an amazing destination, the building of an eternal result, the difficulties of life become meaningful. In fact, it is those very difficulties which build the result most significantly
Physical Beauty in Judaism - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Beauty is an expression of perfection and when a person is awe inspired by beauty, he is essentially awe inspired by perfection. Outer beauty, however, is a manifestation of physical and temporary perfection
Why Doesn’t the Torah Command Me to be a Vegetarian?
Isn’t it cruel to eat animals? Or is it? Can kindness to animals make me cruel to people?
Conflicting Forces vs. Harmonious Duality Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Some people are confounded by the Torah’s prohibitions involving the combination of two entities. Examples of this include cooking and eating meat and milk together; wearing a garment made of both wool and linen; pairing an ox and a donkey for plowing; and relations between a man and a woman who are not lawfully married
A Spiritual Quest - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Who does it mean to be a spiritual person? Do I have to abstain completely from all the pleasures of this world in order to be considered spiritual? How can I bridge the physical with the spiritual, the body with the soul? Embark on a journey of self-discovery with Rabbi Zamir Cohen
The Effect of Colors on the Human Psyche - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
What color are you particularly drawn to? What does that imply about you? Why is green the color of the plant world? In a fascinating article Rabbi Zamir Cohen expounds on the impact of the different colors on our personalities, based on Torah sources
The Positive and Negative Aspects of the Colors
Every color represents a good and effective root, provided that the person does not use it in a negative way
The Mystical Aspect of Colors and the Spheres
Jewish mysticism teaches that every color in nature represents a different spiritual root—a root from which that color originates and is symbolized by. A fascinating article by Rabbi Zamir Cohen, about the Mystical aspect of colors and the spheres
Judaism and the Pursuit of Happiness - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Aside from happiness being a basic emotional need, it is also one of the most important principles in Judaism with respect to the service of G-d. Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains how to achieve happiness in times of darkness, difficulty, and crisis
Overcoming Anger - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Relative to all the other difficult traits, anger is by far the hardest to correct. A raging temper distorts the rational mind and immediately shuts down the gates of sound judgment. What is the secret to overcoming anger?
Trust in G-d - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
What is trust? Peace of mind of the one who trusts. That one relies in his heart that the One he trusts in will do what is good and proper for him on the matter he has trusted him with
The Humble Man Merits Greatness
What are the advantages of acquiring the attribute of humility? A humble person will quickly develop positive traits such as sensitivity and love for his fellow man, and will find it easier to overcome negative tendencies
Respect Your Elders - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Learn about the laws pertaining to the honoring of scholars and the elderly
Spiritual Wellness - Rule B: Preventing Emotional Stress
How can you prevent harmful and unnecessary emotional stress? Rabbi Zamir Cohen focuses on the damage caused by visual media.
Spiritual Wellness - Rule A: Understanding Suffering
The main cause of all mental breakdowns is the feeling of powerlessness and inability to cope with prolonged suffering or hardship. Learn how to overcome this struggle
The Importants of Physical Wellness in Judaism
Judaism instructs us to protect our physical health and prolong it by adhering to proper health and environmental standards
Vegetarianism and the Consumption of Meat - in Judaism
Many people wonder how the Torah allows the consumption of animal meat. Although it’s been proven that Jewish slaughtering is a painless process, still, how does the Torah allow us to kill an animal in order to eat its meat? Isn’t it cruel?
Guarding the Eyes, Guarding the Mind
A person who escapes temptation by avoiding immodest images and heretical thoughts and ideas is a calm individual, content and happy with his lot