About the Author

Rabbi Stephen Baars

If you like what you read, you will love Rabbi Baars' new book, WIN: change your thinking, change your destiny. Available now on Amazon. Rabbi Baars has spoken all over the world, from the United States Senate to the famous Los Angeles Improv. He is a regular speaker at the Fortune Magazine Summits and the author of many books. He is known for imparting important ideas with creativity and humor as you will see on his websites: www.getbliss.com and www.core9.live. His also the creator of the highly popular motivational seminar: Think Like a Winner. Rabbi Baars and his wife, Ruth, are blessed with seven children.

Parsha: Wisdom is a Verb

Listen to the advice of others.

Parsha: Don't Complain Here

Didn’t the Jewish people have a legitimate gripe about the lack of water in the desert?

Parsha: Self Fulfillment

Actualizing your potential by emulating God.

Parsha: Worry Makes The World Go Round

But chances are it’s going to be in the wrong direction.

Parsha: Inheritance

Would you be surprised if your child turned out less moral than you?

Parsha: Know Thine Enemy

If our innate desire is for good, why do we make so many mistakes?

Festive Meal, Afikomen, Grace

Why are these part of the 15 steps to Freedom?

Parsha: Only The Good Die Young

One of the most insidious messages from Hollywood is that only the "naughty" have fun.

Baruch Hamakom

"Blessed is The One Who gave the Torah to His people Israel."

Next Year, Free!

"Next year in the land of Israel. Next year, free people."

All Who Are Hungry

"All who are hungry ― come and eat. All who are needy ― come join the Passover celebration."

Maggid - Bread of Affliction

"This is the bread of affliction that our ancestors ate in the land of Egypt."

Hezbollah’s Yom Kippur Message

The door to holiness is in you. It’s the one marked "mistakes."

Parsha: It's Good To Come Home

Exploring the meaning of tzaraat on homes.

Parsha: Finding Passion

We all need a sense that what we are doing makes a real difference.

Parsha: Parenting Made Easy

No matter how objectively good and valuable something is, if it is given and not earned it will inevitably be abused.

Parsha: Why Is There a Holocaust Museum?

What drove Yitro to join the Jewish people?

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