How can we accomplish growing close to HaShem? How do we actualize the purpose of our existence? It begins with a simple foundation: belief in the Creator.
During these days of Elul, we find ourselves in a state of war. Elul is a season of war, but not one of base physical means. Rather, it is a month of spiritual war – a month when we are empowered to launch an attack on the yetzer hara.
What is the purpose of life? Why are we here? Do I have value? Let’s dive into Bilvavi and discover our value, our purpose, and how to complete our mission on earth.
There’s a lot of anxiety in the world, and I believe that the source of all anxiety is lack of trusting in HaShem. In fact, it seems to be a natural curse that HaShem gives those who don’t trust in Him.
What’s the value of having two of something? Personally, I like to have backups, but when it comes to Torah matters, a backup is useless – there needs to be a use, an application, otherwise there’s no point. So what’s the value in the king writing two sifrei Torah?
What better way to start a podcast infused with emunah than to examine a work whose centerpiece is emunah? In my prior podcast, we started exploring this amazing Sefer and didn’t finish. In this episode I pick up from the top and teach this amazing work in podcast format.
This Shabbos we read the parsha Re’eh, coinciding with Rosh Chodesh Elul. The Bobover Ruv brings the Bas Ayin on Re’eh, that for Elul the name of the month, normally spelled, אלול, can be spelled as עלול instead, substituting the aleph with an ayin. The latter term, with an ayin, refers to a baby. Thus,…
Welcome to the first episode of the Emunity Podcast. With this initial episode, I felt it appropriate to share inspiring Torah, from a Kinnah Keynote. Emunity is the state of constant Emunah, and it requires Emunah even in the suffering. So what a better way to start here than start with how we can view…
Human nature seems to be all-or-nothing, which is often an issue when it comes to finding balance and making growth. If we want to grow in our observance, taking everything at once causes crash and burn. Repeat that too many times and the fatigue will lead to an overall burnout and going off the derech….
In Parshas Eikev, we come across an important concept regarding how HaShem pays reward.
In Parshas Va’eschanan we get the biggest hits. It’s like the Q night but Torah trivia for klal yisroel. Who was it that Moshe prayed for? What is it we have to not just remember but also guard? The list goes on. I’d like to dial into the mantra of the Jewish people – shema.
Tune in with Rabbi Yoni as he explores Emunah in contemporary life, pulling from both yeshivish and chassidish sources as well as kabbalistic traditions to forge a holistic approach to deveikus to HaShem in an intimate relationship. Experience frum hashkafa and inspire your neshama. Welcome to the life of a chassid.