Archive for ‍‍February, 2011 - שבט / אדר א' תשעא

You Vs. Yourself – Mitzvah Garments, The Bridge To The Infinite.

‍‍February 24th, 2011 - כ אדר א' תשעא

Classes » You vs. Yourself

Lecturers » Rabbi Reuven Wolf

An infinite distance exists between us and G-d. This gap can’t be bridged through our efforts. Even the deepest mind or the most powerful love can’t connect us truthfully to G-d. The only way to bond with G-d is through the performance of a Mitzvah in which he reaches across this infinite space to connect with us.

Vayakhel – Purgetory Proof

‍‍February 23rd, 2011 - יט אדר א' תשעא

Classes » The Parsha In My Life

Lecturers » Rabbi Reuven Wolf

Weekly Parsha » Vayakhel » שְׁמוֹת / Exodus

The best protection plan.

You Vs. Yourself – The Soul Gets Dressed

‍‍February 22nd, 2011 - יח אדר א' תשעא

Classes » You vs. Yourself

Lecturers » Rabbi Reuven Wolf

When we perform Mitzvos Our soul’s garb themselves in the three holy garments of thought speech and action. Particularly,  when we study Torah our mind is enveloped and garbed in a holy thought and in the performance of Mitzvos our emotions are wrapped in holy words or a holy action.

Ki Sisa – Ki Sisa Es Rosh 5731

‍‍February 20th, 2011 - טז אדר א' תשעא

Classes » The Thursday Night Shiur

Lecturers » Rabbi Reuven Wolf

Weekly Parsha » Ki Sisa » שְׁמוֹת / Exodus

When we make mistakes in our lives we fix them through a process of  Teshuva in which we regret our past and refocus our energy towards goodness. What about the damage done to our souls on a core level beyond the reach of our conscious mind? What about the shame at the essence of our souls, for having wasted a moment or a lifetime on trivial matters and not fulfilling our G-dly mission for which our souls descended? A dialog between Moshe and G-d about healing the scars and repairing souls at their quintessential core.