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The Decision to Live Again

The Decision to Live Again

Through the sinking feelings and emotions of grief, we somehow reach a place and have to face the question, 'Do we stay there or do we push off and live again?'. David Kessler talks through the realities of grief and how its pain is inevitable but suffering is optional.

Born of Grief

Born of Grief

It wasn’t so long ago that Baruch Cohen and his family, content New York transplants to Los Angeles, were living a life of innocence. Baruch ran a successful high-powered litigation law practice and the four Cohen children attended the local yeshivos and Bais Yaakov....

The Paradox of Happiness

The Paradox of Happiness

In this talk Rabbi Tatz addresses many questions that arise around the subject of happiness, sadness and life's challenges, including, 'Do we have an obligation to be happy and if so what is that obligation?, and 'How can we experience happiness in a tough and...

Flame of Resilience

Flame of Resilience

This remarkable journey called life is made up of peaks and valleys, triumphs and disappointments. King David writes in Psalm 92, “It is good to thank Hashem...; to relate your kindness in the morning and your faith in the nights”. There are times when we enjoy the...