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The Month of Elul (16:17)
Rabbi Shea Hecht is the chairman of the board of the National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education (NCFJE) which is a multi-faceted charity that protects, feeds and educates thousands throughout the NY metro area and around the nation. For more information about NCFJE, check out www.ncfje.org.
Series: The Jewish Year
Rabbi Shea Hecht (20)
The Courage to Change (49:03)
In this political season, so much has been said about the word, “change.” Yet we as Jews have our own understanding of the word. Our “change” is meant to bring us closer to being the person we are always meant to be. This takes courage, effort, faith and support
Rabbi Moshe Bryski (20)
Adon Olam (3:25)
It's not known who wrote this piyut (religious poem) but candidates include Solomon ibn Gabirol (1021-1058) Spanish-Jewish paytan, Rav Hai Gaon (939-1038) one of the geonim or even Rabban Yochanan ben Zakkai, one of the scholars of the Talmudic era. Adon Olam has been a regular part of the daily and Sabbath liturgy since the 15th century
Dudu Fisher (25)
The Five Love Languages (1:03:49)
Mind reading is not part of the job description. The 5 essential parts of the chuppah provide the outline for Rabbi Avraham and Goldie Plotkin's 5 Love Languages. In each aspect, the most important is understanding each other’s language. When the romance has petered out, these 5 Love Languages are essential to maintain the G-dly connection between 2 souls.
Mrs. Goldie Plotkin (4)
Sojourns in Hollywood (45:12)
The life story of David Sacks—Emmy-award winning writer/producer of The Simpsons; Golden Globe winner for Third Rock from the Sun, and a creative force on other TV cult classics. Hear the ups-and-downs, the feats and fiascoes, of a spiritual journey undertaken amidst the decadence of Hollywood.
Mr. David Sacks (6)
What Makes a Kosher Fish Kosher? (1:09:24)
Kabbalah teaches that the physical attributes of fish reflect their psychological and spiritual qualities, and that the food a person eats has a profound effect on his/her psyche
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (73)
Write Daily (1:58)
Series: JLI Weekly Video
Why You Will Never Die (1:54)
What recognizes things such as love, beauty, and power? Our eyes or our souls? To learn more with Rabbi David Aaron visit his website at: rabbidavidaaron.com.
Rabbi David Aaron (55)
The Wild Spiritual Ride of a Hollywood Screenwriter (54:33)
From Jewish born, to Christian youth worker, to blockbusting screenwriter with a rich, Torah observant lifestyle, David s hilarious and moving tale will help you find that at any point and at any time we can all take one step closer to reaching our fullest potential.
David Weiss (5)