September 5th, 2015 |

Turning Curses into Blessings

Personal Transformation | September 2, 2015

This year, we read the portion of Ki Tavo one week before Rosh Hashanah, which gives it a stronger meaning. Ki Tavo talks about blessings and curses; however, Rav Berg explains that we must look deeper into the words and the sentences written in the Torah. The Creator never created blessings and curses. The Creator established specific precepts... read more

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