Continue reading The Maggid Brought Him Back
In the times of the Maggid of Mezritch, an unfortunate incident occurred. There was a woman who had a son who had a crazy idea enter his mind.
Continue reading The Power of Tehilim
The young rabbi was appointed as a Dayan – judge – to adjudicate cases of Jewish law in the religious court in Be’er Sheva, Israel. He was a distinguished scholar and the youngest Dayan in all of Israel.
Continue reading The Miraculous Turnover
In the early 1950’s, there lived a Jewish non-observant family in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York.
Continue reading Reb Levi Yitzchak Schneerson’s Encounter’s With The Government
The Soviet communist government was determined to wipe out all traces of religion and belief in G-d, G-d forbid.
Continue reading The Long Lasting Effect of Tehillim
During one of my routine visits to the hospital as a volunteer chaplain, I met Mr. Charles.
Continue reading The Last Drop
Many years ago, in the time when the Holy Temple, the Beit Hamikdosh, stood, there lived in Jerusalem, two storekeepers named Rabbi Elazar Ben Tzadok and Abba Shaul Ben Botnit.
Continue reading Tefillin Saves From Surgery
As a chaplain in the hospital for many years, I have seen my share of challenges people experience. Yet, from time to time, Hashem sends an undeniable miracle in front of our eyes,
Continue reading Hashem Saves Them From The Rockets Time And Time Again
Let me try to describe to you what it means to live with the possibility that a missile might be launched in your direction at any given moment. It certainly makes life unsettling.
Continue reading Rabbi Shlomo Shneur Zalman Kazan’s Life
Rabbi Zalman Kazan, a longtime leader of Cleveland’s Jewish community known for his relentless and unyielding energy to assist local Jews with their physical and spiritual needs, passed away at the age of 92.
Continue reading Work And Be A Rabbi
“I am a descendent of an illustrious rabbinic family, and the son of a rabbi who served the South African Jewish community for most of his life.