Wireless strobe lighting:
“Darkness is not banished with a broom.”The sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Shabbat Shalom – The Oneinfocus Team
Wireless strobe lighting:
A Brooklyn morning – via iPhone:
When Reb Zusia and Reb Levi Yitzchak read the Tanya for the first time –separately, each in his own home – they were so inspired,that they felt compelled to tell each other about this amazing Chassidic work.
They met in the middle of the city and it burned with the fire of their inspiration.
Wishing you a warm Shabbos! Michoel, Sarah and The Oneinfocus Team
A remarkable leaf in Ithaca, NY:
G-d looked into the Torah and created the world. – Zohar – Man can look into the world and see G-d. A simple leaf declares the love that G-d invested in His creation.
Perth, Australia via iPhone:
When encountering water one should saythat the Baal Shem Tov says that it is a sign of blessing.
Battery Park, NYC
The Chanukah Lights remind us that illumination begins at home,within oneself and one’s family.
Only then is one able to illuminate the entire world.
Wishing you a Happy Chanukah,
Michoel, Sarah and The Oneinfocus Team
Random clock, NYC – via iPhone.
If not now, when?(Ethics of the Fathers)If we do not seize this moment and fulfill its unique purpose, when can we retrieve it?
Wishing you a special Shabbat, Michoel, Sarah and the Oneinfocus Team
Teshuva, repentance, is an internal process.One must raise the film that conceals the truth and peer beneath the surface.
A sandbox in suburban Maryland:
I shall surely bless you and increase your offspringlike the stars of the heavens and like the sand on the seashore.The Angel of G-d to Abraham (Genesis)
Wishing you a spectacular Shabbos, Michoel, Sarah and The Oneinfocus Team.
A photo from Park Slope in Brooklyn, NY.
Judaism is an upward journey.Each step brings its own reward.The word ‘mitzvah’ is related to the Hebrew word for ‘connection.’Every mitzvah strengthens the bond between man and G-d.
Wishing you a colorful Shabbat! Michoel, Sarah and The Oneinfocus Team.
Spring has sprung!
This photo of a robin’s nest was taken at the Chabad House at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Dovid snapped this photo just as the mother bird was returning with food for her young. This wasn’t the only bird’s nest we saw in recent weeks. Cornell is also lucky enough to be home to a red-tailed hawk that has made her nest on the cliff of one of the gorges. It was truly a phenomenal thing to see.
Young birds wait open-mouthed,knowing fully that their nourishment will come only from their parents. Though we must work to earn our bread,we cannot forget that the source of all blessing is our Ultimate Parent.More after the jump!
This week’s caption is connected with the Torah portion for the following week, Shelach, which we will read this Shabbat […]