Rarely does doing anything out of anger result in anything positive, most of the time it’s regretted, sometimes for a long time to come. When in anger do nothing, just sit, calm down and wait till the anger totally subsides before taking any course of action or even saying anything.
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Mayanot Moment: Parshat Vayishlach (2:29)
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Serving God as an Extrovert (23:50)
Mrs Sarah Korn provides insight into the story of Dina that is told in Torah portion. By analyzing the commentary of Rashi on this story, we gain an appreciation for the powerful influence Dina inherited from her mother, Leah, and how their example can empower Jewish women at large.
Mrs. Sarah Korn (4)
Wrestling with the Divine (Vayishlach) (7:36)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (104)
Noticing Things (56:17)
What is the career of a leaf? Chaunukah celebrates the salvation of the Torah, Purim commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people and Yud Tes Kislev was the catalyst for the salvation of G-d
Series: Torah Revealed
Rabbi Shmuel Braun (72)
Parshat Vayishlach (11:40)
Series: Torah in Ten
Rabbi Chaim Miller (49)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Vayishlach (9:53)
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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (100)
Parsha Cast: Vayishlach (3:47)
Parsha Cast is an in-depth analysis of the weekly parsha and the historical events connected to it. Learn how the happenings of thousands of years ago continue to reverberate through the corridors of time to have a continued effect on all of us living in today's world.
Rabbi Benny Rapoport (12)
Parsha Power: Vayishlach (6:07)
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)