Nitzavim: How To Make Sense Of The Terrible Curses - Part 2 (17:54)
Last week, we found that to understand God's curses at the end of the Torah, we have to follow a trail all the way back, to Creation, and the Garden of Eden.
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Immanuel Shalev (41)
Rosh Hashana and the Family (9:32)
In this pre-rosh Hashanah episode, Rabbi Dr Riskin speaks about the role each of us play in the chain of Jewish tradition. On Rosh Hashanah all pass before the Supernal Being: the living and the dead. The deeds of our parents and grandparents that have shaped our Judaism as well as our parenting of our children and grandchildren that shape future generations.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (40)
The Day of Jewish Unity (50:44)
A child can break a twig, but a bundle of twigs can resist the strongest man. Parshas Netzavim, read before Rosh Hashana, is about unity. Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein emphasizes the strength in numbers, where everyone recognizes the virtue and quality of the others. Even the unity of idol worshipers can be appreciated by G-d.
Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein (32)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Nitzavim Vayelech (8:42)
This video was graciously provided by the Office of the Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks. There are a number of ways to stay connected with the Chief Rabbi: Visit his website – chiefrabbi.org – to subscribe to his mailing list
Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (100)
Mayanot Moment: Parshat Nitzavim Vayelech (4:07)
Mayanot Moment brings you a thought on the parsha from a different Mayanot teacher every week. In less than 5 minutes, you can recharge and enter Shabbat invigorated and inspired with poignant messages from this week’s Torah portion. Tune in every week!.
Rabbi Chaim Moss (1)
Parsha Power: Nitzavim - Vayelech (5:35)
Parsha Power offers a practical insight into the current Torah portion... in less than 10 minutes! This is a weekly class given by Rabbi Mendy Cohen of Sacramento, California. For more classes and information about Rabbi Mendy Cohen's synagogue, check out: www.sacjewishlife.org.
Rabbi Mendy Cohen (74)