The Opposite of Happiness is Heresy
Happiness is the result of the Jewish perspective on creation. "He who is grieved and laments demonstrates that he is undergoing some hardship and suffering, and lacks some goodness; he is like a heretic…"
The first rule for life – happiness
What is happiness, and why is it one of the most significant and vital challenges in any person's life, regardless of their innate personality structure
I am godly | Learning Tanya 8 | chapter 2
Man is whole and worthy by his very existence. Moreover, every person has a part of the Creator in him.
Earth and Air – Four Personality Types | Learning Tanya 7 | chapter 1
Are there people who were born with a tendency to sadness and laziness? And what about boasting and idle talks? Is it something we acquire or a part of our personality?
Four Personality Types | Learning Tanya 6 | chapter 1
Each personality is composed of different elements that determine the emotional tendencies of and the nature of the internal struggles it experiences.
Who am I and why this question is important | Learning Tanya 5 | Chapter 1
How should I evaluate myself? When I may suffer from sadness and depression due to incorrect self-esteem? Who are Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde inside me?
How I perceive myself | Learning Tanya 4 | Chapter 1
The way I perceive myself will affect my consciousness and my ability to act.
The uniqueness of The Tanya's method | Learning Tanya 3 | Compiler's Foreword
Deconstruct the thing into its components
Why I don't climb higher?| Learning Tanya 2 | Dr. Yehiel Harari | Compiler's Foreword
Can someone show me how high I can climb?
Why Change is So Hard | Learning Tanya 1 | Dr. Yehiel Harari | (Compiler's Foreword)
Why Baal HaTanya wrote is book? What was the problem that bothered him, and what are the blockages the prevent us from achieving change and growth?
The Hero of Our life
Who is the real hero of our life? Discovering the beinoni of Baal HaTanya.