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Rabbi Avraham Edelstein
In this blog, we discuss steps one should take when suffering from long-term burnout. An important book to read when considering change is Howard’s Gift, by Eric C. Sinoway (with Merrill Meadow). We have borrowed extensively from this book, amongst other sources, for this blog.  WHEN YOU STAY WITH YOUR JOB Call a Time-Out The... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
Part One – Story On October 20, 1952, David Ben Gurion (1886 -1973), the Prime Minister of The State of Israel, requested a meeting to meet with the Gadol HaDor, the Chazon Ish (1878 –1953). Yitzhak Navon served as Ben Gurion’s secretary. He was the only person to accompany him at this meeting and reconstructed... Read more » (Read More)

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Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
Teshuva is on the forefront of our collective minds as we near Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year. Our sages tell us that those who seek to engage in teshuva are actively assisted from Above. (Shabbos 104a; Yoma 38b) Nothing can stand in the way of the remorseful soul that seeks to... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Levi Lebovits
Elul isn’t meant to be a time of frustration and discouragement. It’s supposed to be an uplifting time. An empowering time. A time when we cleanse ourselves, renew our commitment to our Creator, and transform into better Jews. Many of us dream of an Elul experience like the one described above. We understand how badly... Read more » (Read More)
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