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I ate non-kosher food, is G-d upset at me?
G-d loves you and wants only the best for you. It bothers Him greatly when you do something which is detrimental to your wellbeing, just as any parent...

Will keeping the Mitzvahs usher in the messianic era?
The world we live in is in bad shape. But what you may not know is that it was built this way. This world -- the world of the body, of physical dimensions...

There are so many do's and don'ts in Torah- how can I keep them all?
Melissa: There are so many do's and don'ts in Torah — how is anyone supposed to keep them all? Rabbi Tzvi Freeman: If Torah observance was...

Should I do a Mitzvah today if I'm unable to make a steady commitment?
This question can be addressed from many different angles. Here are a few morsels of food for thought: 1) On the most basic level, good habits are...

Process of Illumination
The soul of man is a lamp of G-d. Proverbs 20:7 Like the candle, man is comprised of diverse elements, which determine the direction of his actions. The...

If I am not a believer, can I still use the Ten Commandments as an ethical base?
While proper intentions are important for the fulfillment of the commandments, even partial observance is better than none. Perhaps in the merit of some...

How can Jews be expected to be happy when they are not allowed to have any fun?
“Not allowed to have any fun”?! What’s “fun”? Music, parties, feasting, sex...? Jews do all that – just within the...

Will being religious make it easier to be happy?
Any time anyone pursues a cure for happiness, happiness is probably about the last thing that person will find. Happiness is something that must come from...

How is it possible to be happy while struggling to do the mitzvahs and study Torah?
Jewish sources teach that we should serve God with no thought of reward. Learning Torah and doing mitzvahs should be done purely for the sake of God and to...

I don't observe the Shabbat -- why should I wear a Kipah?
Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?Matt: Good afternoon. I first want to say that I think this...

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