Rabbi Zamir Cohen
The Influence of Man’s Actions in the World
Man's actions in the physical world set the mechanisms of the upper worlds in motion, generating blessing, success and the fulfillment of your heart’s desires
Marital Harmony: How Much Must I Sacrifice for the Sake of Peace?
If a husband works to overcome the urge to argue, and invests energy in appeasing his wife until there is peace between them, then he will benefit from a high quality life, a generous income, good health and more
The Essence of Trust — “Man’s Inner Tranquility”
A Jew should live with calm and tranquility, stemming from his trust that everything that every happens to him is all from G-d, Who only wants what is best for him
Shabbat - The Seventh Dimension: The Spiritual Within the Physical
One of the most cherished mitzvot in the Torah that seems to have a restrictive component is Shabbat. However, a person who reflects upon it honestly will discover that besides its spiritual greatness, the mitzvah of Shabbat also possesses a physical counterpart that provides great pleasure in this world
Why do More People Suffer from Fear in this Generation?
Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains why and what to do about it
Willpower - Examined Through the Torah’s Perspective
What does Judaism say about the theory called “The Secret” that is trending around the world? Rabbi Zamir Cohen reveals the truth
Why Stick to the Truth?
Maimonides tells us what we gain from sticking to the truth and living according to it
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
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 Mordechai? Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains
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
The Character Work of Torah Sages - Three Powerful Stories
Throughout the generations, Torah Giants reached great spiritual heights; so much so, that regular laymen were astounded by the perfection that they managed to achieve
Genetics and the Bible - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Is it possible that the two most revolutionary laws in genetics discovered in recent generations – Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance and the Law of Heterosis – appear in the Torah, given more than 3300 years ago?
Do you Listen to Your Wife?
Try and understand what is bothering your wife. She might have a point, and even if she doesn’t, maybe you could make a small change that would make a huge difference to her
The King’s Portrait - A Powerful Message for All Married Couples
More valuable advice from Rabbi Zamir Cohen for creating a successful marriage
Devotion in Marriage - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Devotion to one’s wife does not find expression only in the marriage vows, but also to remain at her side whenever she is feeling distressed
Archaeology Discovers The Upheaval of Sodom and Gomorrah
Today, anyone who passes by the Dead Sea can see clearly how the place was turned upside down. The mountains seem unnaturally cut and stand on their side, and the deserted region is saturated with salt—mute testimony to the cataclysm that convulsed the region
Man is Not Given a Challenge he Cannot Withstand
Even someone born into a bleak existence — a dysfunctional family, difficult parents, or even a criminal society; cannot justify his actions with these givens. He possesses the inner strength to face these challenges
Overcoming Negative Traits - Distance Yourself from Anger
Where should one begin the task of overcoming negative traits? Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains how to repair our character traits by following the route laid down by our Sages
More Helpful Tips for Married Women - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Essential advice for maintaining marital harmony from Rabbi Zamir Cohen's latest book on marriage
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?