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How Wonderful is Your Life? (2:10)
To learn more with Rabbi David Ahron visit his website at rabbidavidaaron.com.
Rabbi David Aaron (21)
Why Men and Women are Different (43:15)
Rabbi Shais Taub (27)
What is a True Friend? (2:32)
Series: 10 Questions with Dennis Prager
Mr. Dennis Prager (26)
Racism or Righteousness (53:49)
Jews have always been hounded by accusations of racial supremacism—allegations that sparked deep hatred and incited untold violence. But isn’t it true? Don’t we claim to be the “Chosen People”? This lecture goes back to the source of this myth and uncovers the true meaning of our unique destiny
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (54)
The Unanswered Questions (2:34)
This thought provoking discussion by Rabbi Simon Jacobson brings up a fascinating point about the four questions asked at the seder: We don’t provide an answer to two of the four questions! Rabbi Jacobson offers a novel idea as to why this might be so.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson (52)
Matzah: A Piece of God (14:02)
The physical act of eating matzah brings us to a higher spiritual state. Our hearts are drawn after our actions. What affect does the action of eating matzah on passover have? Join Rabbi Yoseph Vigler on a journey through a deep insight based onthe teachings of chassidut. .
Rabbi Yoseph Vigler (7)
Passover: Think Different (4:40)
Rabbi Chaim Miller is the author of the Slager Haggadah published by Kol Menachem, New York. To purchase his Hagaddah, click here.
Rabbi Chaim Miller (49)
The Spiritual Message: Personal Liberation (16:34)
Have you wondered how the Jews become slaves in Egypt? Pharaoh instituted a national stimulus campaign involving everyone, even he lifted a shovel. Rabbi Menachem Wolf explains the ensnarement of the Jews through building monuments. This video explains how the Jews allowed themselves to be slaves, how low they fell spiritually and the rectification that we continue today.
Series: Survivor: Egypt
Rabbi Menachem Wolf (11)
The Four Sons (6:15)
We're all aware of the "Four Sons" addressed in the Haggadah, but did you know that there's a fifth son as well?.
Rabbi Yossi Paltiel (55)