Appreciating Others Is Appreciating G-d
The Torah tells us that the Jewish people should be thankful for all the help they get, including from their enemies and even inanimate objects. But why? The Exodus story teaches that the key to redemption is an attitude of gratitude.
Two Modes of Connecting with G-d
What’s more valuable? The obvious passion of the honeymoon moments, or the small but thoughtful gestures that represent the effort required in a relationship? Both elements exist and are crucial to cultivating our relationship with G-d.
We are all creators, made in the image of G-d—the ultimate Cre-ator. But is the difference between our ability to create and G-d’s merely a quantitative one?
This lesson searches the foundational principles of Jewish thought regarding G-d’s creation of the world and unearths age-less methods of reframing our approach to life.
Lesson 3 of Chabad's Rosh Chodesh Society for Women!
The Meaning of Free Will
The question is ancient. If G-d hardened Pharaoh’s heart, then it was G-d who made Pharaoh refuse to let the Israelites go, not Pharaoh himself. How can this be just? This lesson explains the mechanics of free will, and what tools we need to make sound decisions.
The Importance and the Power of Thinking Positive
We all know worrying doesn’t help, but does it also hurt? In exploring the appropriate ways to deal with stress and challenges, this lesson defines faith and trust in G-d. What emerges is a profound and empowering message of how we can use positive thought to improve our lives.
The Clean Mind Test
When your mind wanders to places it shouldn’t, aren’t you glad nobody can tell what you are thinking? This doesn’t mean inappropriate thoughts are okay. We are responsible to make sure we use our minds properly, because everything starts at the top.