Shmiras Einayim Email&WhatsApp Broadcasts

Finally - an easy way to get daily chizuk in Shmiras Einayim.
Guaranteed to bring you more kedushah, shalom bayis & serenity!

You have successfully subscribed!
Something went wrong. Please try again later
Subscribe to the GYE Boost

Please select how you would like to recieve the broadcasts (you can select BOTH):

Please enter the country code as well (e.g. USA: +1)
*We will not share your email or number with any third party.

Most Recent Boost

Broadcast #350 - February 19, 2019
Positive Vision - Day 14
Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger

Our weekly excerpt from the book "Positive Vision"

Day 14 - The Focal Point - It All Revolves Around Kedushas Einayim

There are a host of sources that demonstrate how critical shmiras einaiym is for succeeding in avodas Hashem. But perhaps we should first begin with a brief anecdote that demonstrates the extent to which our gedolim understood the importance of guarding their eyes.

Anyone observing the scene could not help but laugh.

Here was a stately old man, with his eyes tightly shut, surrounded by a gaggle of giggling children. They were directing the old man. “Make a right turn!” “No!” “Stop!” “Watch out for the pole!” The game continued until the man reached his destination. He smiled at the children and entered the house.

Who was this playful old man?

It was none other than the Chazon Ish!

This story was recounted by R’ Shimon Schwab. He explained that the Chazon Ish was once asked to attend a certain event, and he realized en route that he would have to pass a place where there were improper sights, so he asked these unsuspecting youngsters to play this game with him.

What a lesson in the importance of shmiras einayim!

Let us now enumerate but a few of the many sources that highlight the importance of shmiras einayim:

“Anyone who gazes at married women weakens his yetzer tov“ (Beis Yosef, Even HaEzer 21, citing Rabbeinu Yonah).

“Be very careful about improper thoughts and sights because they cause terrible damage to all spiritual pursuits” (Yaaros Devash 1:165).

“Just as Torah protects an individual from tumah, so (conversely) does tumah damage Torah and contaminate it. Anyone who stumbles in kedushah related issues weakens his Torah and dulls his mind” (Ha’amek Davar, Vayikra 18:30).

“Whatever you learn in the kollel by day you will lose on the commute back and forth unless you are careful where you look” (the Steipler Gaon to a young kollel man, cited in L’Shichno Tidrishu).

And on the positive side:

“Through overcoming his desires, one brings great Kiddush Hashem ... and thereby merits incredible siyata d’Shmaya in all matters, be it in studying Torah or improving one’s character, and even in matters pertaining to this world” (Karienah D’Igartah 15 [2]).

“One who is careful in inyanei kedushah merits to be a ‘king’ (Zohar) ... Since talmidei chachaim are referred to as ‘kings,’ this means that one who preserves his kedushah merits to disseminate Torah and kedushah to other Jews” (see Taharas HaKodesh, Maalas Notrei HaYesod 28).

In this vein, R’ Nosson Wachtfogel, Mashgiach of Beth Midrash Govoha in Lakewood, once related this to his students:

“I want to share something I have never told anyone. How did I, of all people, merit to become the Mashgiach of the yeshivah? I have nothing! Other people also wondered about this. Why did R’ Aharon choose me to be Mashgiach? There were many better candidates than myself. What did he see in me? Clearly, no great wisdom or insight! The secret is this: I merited this position because I guarded my eyes. No one knows about this. People know nothing, but I worked on guarding my eyes, and everything I merited was due to this. My rebbetzin’s students would come to our house every Shabbos and I had to speak to them at length. I never looked at them, and they never realized it (the Mashgiach demonstrated how he did this) ...’’ (Kuntres Leket Reshimos).

Archives of Previous Boosts

About the GYE Boost

As any normal human who walks the streets and browses the internet in the 21st century, we all face the challenge of keeping our eyes pure. GYE Boost brings 2-5 minute audio/video clip to your inbox or Whatsapp each morning, to help you start your day insulated and empowered to be the person you really want to be!

Short & Powerful
Each boost is a condensed dose of chizuk to have the maximum impact in under 5 minutes.
Top speakers
Get inspiration from some the best minds and orators in the Jewish world.
Email edition
If you’re using a Kosher phone, this option is for you. Have the boost become part of your email checking routine.
Whatsapp broadcast
The most convenient way to follow the boost. The clips are sent directly to your device, and can be accessed anytime, even when your offline.


"I am a high school teacher and I am looking forward to using the videos in classes. With today's technology, our youth need so much help to stay strong."


"Ashreichem! Everyone is on the spectrum of this challenge in one respect or another. Keep pushing forward to help remove the stigma of talking about kedushas yisrael openly."


"This is a great project. As a Water Safety Instructor, the first thing you learn is: "Prevention is half the cure"."

Shmuel R.

"I love how your messages are universal. I've joined shmiras einayim programs in the past and they felt like only people who are really struggling are in them. This is a reality, and we need to be able to talk about this problem openly without it feeling creepy or weird."


"I enjoy how your messages focus on the positive perspective instead of guilting everyone with fire and brimstone. Thank you for showing us how Chazal guide us to overcome challenges and rise up after failures."


"Thank you for these great Chizuk Broadcasts… Light, positive and informative messages of chizuk are always is in need by everyone."

Yossi G.

"Thank you... You have helped me reclaim some of my purity."


"You are an amazing organization, I had been receiving your Chizuk emails for a long time already, and its כמים קרים על נפש עייפה. Keep it up, Hatzlacha!"


Need More Help?

GuardYourEyes.comFor those struggling with more than just Shmiras Einayim

In a world inundated with temptation, the pioneering work of Guard Your Eyes is leading the efforts to empower the Jewish community to deal with the widespread challenges of inappropriate material on the internet. GuardYourEyes offers powerful programs and techniques for those whose consumption of inappropriate material has become a compulsive habit or an addiction.

Read more
Venishmartem.comGuidance for installing filters on all your devices

Venishmartem has been created to provide an answer to the digital challenges of today's environment. On this website you will be able to find the most cutting edge filtering & reporting solutions for every common internet enabled device, quickly and easily.

Read More

Spread the Word

Print out this flyer to hang in your shul or Yeshivah and bemazakehtherabbim!