Whether we wear the same jeans or the same suit – it’s all too easy to just follow the crowd, but to be close to G-d means being yourself.
Rabbi Sinclair reveals the secret of the Beatles’ phenomenal success
Order is one of the keys to success in life. In this video Rabbi Sinclair describes his early attempts at piano lessons – and the life lesson that they taught him.
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“A for effort” usually means “you didn’t do very well”. In Torah learning, that’s the best accolade you can get.
Would you decide that your car uses diesel instead of regular gas based on your instincts or your feelings? Why then do we often make vital life decisions without consulting The Maker’s Manual?
For centuries, ‘Leprosy’ has been the translation of ‘Tzara’at’ – a skin disease mentioned in this week’s Parsha. If Tzar’at really was leprosy, then how could people rub shoulders at a wedding if the groom had leprosy?
Apart from the fact that a kosher fish has to have fins and scales, if you see a fish swimming upstream – it’s a sign that it’s kosher. What can this teach us?