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Jared Kushner’s Dream Comes True – Prayers at a Holy Grave in Casablanca
“For many years I held this dream in my heart, today I actualized it”. The exciting visit of Jared Kushner to Rabbi Chaim Pinto Zt "l. See video and gallery
Daniel Chapter 2, the Rock
As I was reading Daniel, something puzzled me. In Nebuchadnezzar's dream of the statue, each section of the body can be related to a certain nation. The head of gold - Babylon. The chest and arms of silver - Medes and Persians. The belly and thighs of copper - Greece. The legs of iron - Rome. Finally, the feet of iron and ceramic - possibly Rome after it began to divide as it is called one kingdom. Then, there is the rock that is the everlasting kingdom. Which kingdom is the Rock?
Speaking to boys at the Workplace
Rabbi, I go with my father to work and help him at his business which is a bakery. There are boys who work there as well and I speak to them sometimes about things at business but not about anything else. Baruch Hashem I am careful about negiah and do not speak any words of affection... is this situation ok? My father comes in from time to time and the boys know that he's there and they are respectful. I would like to hear your advice. Thank you.
Waking up from a Dream
Thank you for taking my question. I was wondering what is the meaning based on Torah sources of feeling a light tap on the shoulder or hand at the end of sleep in a dream that wakes you up. Thank you.
Yosef as King of Egypt
As Yosef was the second highest ranking person in Egypt, he had the resources to search for his father. Why did he not do that?
Vayeishev – Yosef’s Dreams
Close analysis of Yosef's dreams can provide us with a deeper insight into how they caused such a rift amongst the brothers
Vayeitzei - Yaakov’s Dream
In this week's Torah rap, Rabbi Kantor teaches us valuable lessons for life based on Yaakov Avinu's dream of the angels ascending the ladder to heaven
Dream about deceased
I saw a dream of my dead relative packing bags and saying let's go come on what does this mean is it good or bad??
The Tosfos Yom Tov's Dream - Rabbi Paysach Krohn
A striking message based on the dream of the Tosfos Yom Tov; Rabbi Gershon Shaul Yom-Tov Lipmann. Brought to you by the 'Stop the Talking in Shul' campaign
Hi. I had a dream about my husband granny. In the dream she told me to get my Sari ready... She did not mention the occasion. What is the meaning of this dream? Thank you.
Dreams - The Spiritual Realm of the Mundane
Among other messages, dreams convey that our mundane, daily lives can in fact be transformed and elevated to the spiritual realm
Watch: Diamond Thief Caught on Camera at the Stock Exchange
The Torah teaches us to ‘Judge our Friends Favorably’. Would you have ever dreamed that an ant stole a diamond from your office desk? Use creative imagination when it comes to judging your friend favorably
Most Isolated Houses on the Planet
Some people are looking for quiet and their dreams have led them to the most isolated places you can think of. Here is an interesting gallery of several houses that were built in isolated locations around the globe
Dream about Deceased
Question : My deceased grandmother appeared to me in a dream . She drank some of my tea from my cup. She appeared thirsty and I gave her some of my tea to drink. We basically shared the drinking from the same cup. Then She started talking. She felt calmer after drinking the Tea and was able to talk. My concern is the sharing a cup of tea it a dead relative? is it negative ?.
Life after life - 5: The Appearance of the Dead in a Dream
The family members believe that Rabbi Segel, who had been very careful about the possessions and monies of others, had been granted permission by heaven to be revealed in a dream in order to take care of this small debt
too late for kids observance
dear rabbi, I am requesting a little advice in the jewish spiritual mode. I have a desire for something I can no longer have. while I know one cannot wish for what they do not have, while best to be thankful for what one does have, I remain with some discomfort and wondered if you can add some words of wisdom. I was raised reform with some conservative overtones. We kept kosher in the house unless having pepperoni on paper plates, and my mother lit the candles silently each week. we went to the type of hebrew school where little was learned and presented in our synagogue only twice a year and went to reform jewish camp for 8 weeks each summer. the only place we were permitted to travel outside of the country in college was to Israel so I did. and then I married a reform man who does not teach our children much, and raised my kids for the most part the exact same way. until one day I discovered there was so much more I do not know. so many customs and deeds I never learned. shabbat guests, giving to charity, the concept of mitzvot, etc. I only learned this in the past five years. but my family remains reform. my husband and son live on the golf course most days. my 17 year old son plays hockey, golf, basketball and snowboards, he takes honors and AP class, and works part time. my other son is in college living his dream making videos and flying drones. Everybody seems to have found their nitch and they seem generally happy with it. but nobody really cares much about being jewish. nobody has a relationship with hashem or studies or has any remote interest. It is not their fault, I married someone who was not interested and I also showed little interest at the time. I had to step back from pushing my new found views on my family so I could remember that they have beliefs as well. I have been told to just live my life and practice in a way that works for me and they will see this and make their own choices. but if only I had started to learn earlier, I could have given my kids jewish ideals. I feel guilty for not doing this. I feel fake sometimes talking about non holy, torah or shabbat. my son will actually avoid the challah on Friday to make his point that he has his own ideals. I suppose they take after me in this independent way. I want to give my kids more of a jewish life, but they are in college and on their way and I feel I have lost that chance. I also feel regret for not bringing my children up with jewish life and jewish school, but I cannot go back. how can I be the mother I want and give my kids a jewish life when it is too to give them the upbringing of torah?
Is There a Remedy for Fears and Bad Dreams?
Reciting the Shema is an important commandment that involves accepting the Kingdom of Heaven and the yoke of commandments. Reading these passages before bedtime is a remedy for calm and quality sleep
Hi. I dreamt that my husband was not at his work and was involved in concerning activites. Can it mean something? Can it be true? If Yes what can it mean? Thank You.