The Torah integrates physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. By following its teachings, we can achieve a state of happiness and balance in all aspects of our lives. Let us embrace this wisdom and strive for a healthier, happier existence.
The verse says, "The Torah is a tree of life to those who grasp it, and whoever holds on to it is happy" (Mishle 3:18), and the Gemara Brachos (32b) explains the "Tree of life is nothing other than Torah." From this verse, the Torah brings both happiness and life, as Rebbe Nachman explains, "All of the sicknesses and diseases come from depression and sadness, and happiness is a great remedy" (Likutey Moharan II:24). Thus, someone holding on to the Torah can heal themselves of all of their ailments and to live a long happy and healthy life; as the Gemara Eruvin (54a) says, "One who feels pain in his head should engage in Torah study, as it is stated: “For they shall be a graceful wreath for your head” (Mishle 3:8). One who feels pain in his throat should engage in Torah study, as it is stated: “And chains about your neck” (ibid). One who feels pain in his intestines should engage in Torah study, as it is stated: “It shall be health to your navel” (ibid). One who feels pain in his bones should engage in Torah study, as it is stated: “And marrow to your bones” (Mishle 3:8). One who feels pain in his entire body should engage in Torah study, as it is stated: “And health to all their flesh” (Mishle 4:22). Rav Yehuda, son of Rabbi Chiyya, said: Come and see that the attribute of flesh and blood is unlike the attribute of the Holy One, Blessed be He. The attribute of flesh and blood is that when a person gives medicine to his fellow, it is good for this part of his body and it is harmful to that other part of his body. But the attribute of the Holy One, Blessed be He, is not like this; He gave the Torah to the Jewish people, and it is a medicine for life for one’s entire body, as the verse says, “And health to all their flesh” (ibid).
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Healthy Food Baskets
Proper nutrition is crucial for leading a healthy life. However, many families struggle with knowing what to eat and how to prepare healthy meals. That's why it's important to educate families on healthy eating habits and provide assistance to those who cannot afford the necessary nutritious food. Torah Health does its best to supply families with healthy food and nourishment they need to live a healthy life.
Torah Health is currently in the process of reprinting a new edition of the Tikkun HaKlali, Rebbe Nachman's Complete Remedy, adding over 100 sources and more detailed explanations ofthe path of Breslov Chassidus. Torah Health also published a book called "Freedom in Captivity" which is a real life correspondence letters between a Jew living in Jerusalem and a Jew held captive in a U.S. prison on how to stay happy, focused, and connected amongst the obstacles. Order your copy here
Yeshivas Erev - After School
Four nights a week, more than 100 boys gather at 12 Ido HaNavi Street in Jerusalem to learn, study, and immerse themselves in Torah. At Yeshivas Erev, the focus is on Aramaic comprehension in order to build a strong foundation for understanding the Gemara. Through these language skills, children develop the skills to study Torah texts independently, paving their learning journey for the rest of their lives.
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Torah Study and Research
Torah Health is dedicated to Torah learning the Oral Torah, Written Torah, Jewish Laws, and Chassidic teachings. When Torah Health prints a book, booklet, or sends an email, all the teachings and messages are fully sourced, translated, and explained based upon in-depth Torah learning and research. The act of Torah study and learning is a central foundation in one's spiritual, physical, and emotional health. Torah Health inspires and facilitates Torah learning through sending Torah books and being available to learn with students in person and over the phone.
The Current List of Titles from Torah Health:
Tikkun Haklali -Pocket Size
The Complete Remedy: Including a brief introduction to the Tikkun HaKlali, Torah 282 from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov in English on finding one's good points, and A Special prayer connecting the Tikkun HaKlali with Torah 282. Click here to take a look inside.
The Complete Remedy
Learn about the path of Breslov Chassidus and Rebbe Nachman's Complete Remedy in a clear question and answer format. Including The Story of the Lost Princess with a clear explanation, special prayers in Hebrew and English, Tikkun HaKlali, both Hebrew and English Transliteration, and easy to understand English Translation. As well as Reb Nosson's prayer after the Tikkun HaKlali in Hebrew and English, and much more...
Freedom in Captivity
We are reminded each year during the Passover Seder, “This year we are slaves, next year we will be free people.” How do we stop being captives and how do we become free as the Jews did over 3,333 years ago during the Exodus of Egypt? The answer is revealed in this real life correspondence of letters between a Jew living in Jerusalem and a Jew held captive in a U.S. prison on how to stay happy, focused, and connected amongst the obstacles. Order your copy here
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