Rabbi Zamir Cohen
“Not Being Religious, I live it Up! Why Should I Consider Being Religious?”
“What’s in it for me?”
The Woman According To Kabbalah
What do her innate abilities have to do with the ‘World of Doing (Asiyah)”?
Why Stick to the Truth?
Maimonides tells us what we gain from sticking to the truth and living according to it
How Can the 4 Species Help Me Find My Inner Light?
The 4 species are 4 types of people but you can have all 4 types inside you too
How do You Raise Your Children with Happiness?
Build them up with kind words and do the same with your spouse
Why do More People Suffer from Fear in this Generation?
Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains why and what to do about it
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?
Intermarriage is Statistically Destined to Fail
Rabbi Zamir Cohen’s answer to young Jewish men or ladies considering intermarriage
You Make Sense and Yet You’re Wrong
Give him what he needs, not what you think he needs
Torah Advice for Domestic Harmony
2 pieces of advice that can make a world of difference
Seeing the Sounds
Why did God want us to 'see the sounds' when the Torah was given at Mount Sinai? Why was it necessary? What secret was God trying to reveal to us in doing so?
I Can’t Take My Spouse’s Criticism!
How to give or get criticism from your spouse
Laws of Purim - Reading the Scroll of Esther
Must one read the megillah from a kosher scroll? What should one do if he dozes off during the reading of the Scroll of Esther? Basic laws concerning the reading of the Scroll of Esther
Laws of The Holiday of Purim
When is Purim celebrated around the world? If one is travelling to Jerusalem for Purim, when should he hear the reading of the scroll of Esther? Some basic laws of Purim from Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Archaeology Discovers Purim - King Achashverosh’s Feast
Achashverosh made a great banquet for an unimaginable number of people. This was in accordance with the accepted practice at the time, wherein leaders used to throw luxurious banquets for numerous participants
Archaeology Discovers Purim - Achashverosh & the Persian Empire
Historical and archeological research has been carried out over the past century which focuses on the time period in which the Book of Esther took place. Ahasuerus and the Persian Empire
The Feast of Achashverosh and The Final Redemption
The Jews could have been redeemed from the first exile if they would have repented — the same is true with the final redemption
Why is the Megillah Called 'The Book of Esther'?
Why is 'The Book of Esther' named after Queen Esther instead of the righteous Jewish sage Mordecai? Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains
The Similarity Between Purim and Yom Kippur
On Purim a Jew’s inner purity comes out by eating and drinking and imbibing of wine. In his state of intoxication, he speaks of his longing for G-d and his great yearning for the holy Torah
What Did Rabbi Zamir Cohen say about Elor Azarya’s Verdict?
‘It’s a serious mistake that can bring to soldiers deaths and endangers our soldiers.’