Your difficulty is not uncommon.In fact every soul goes through a similar process on its journey to higherworlds.
I began reading Psalms forperhaps the first time in my life, and immediately felt a rush of positive energy . . .
I look at him in surprise. "Isn't falling the last thing you want to happen when climbing?"
Surely we don’t need G‑d to tell us that physical violence is not allowed?
Two people might have the same exact difficulty, but for one person it is a mediocre challenge, perhaps a level 5 test, while for another it may be excruciatingly difficult, a level 10 test.
You never really knew what happened to your oldest brother, Chaim. Did he, too, perish in the war? Perhaps he survived and changed his name?
For an informed reading of the weekly Haftarah: I Kings 4:1-37.
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
Have you ever made great plans that went down the drain?