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The Crime of Standing Still (28:56)
If you’re not moving forward, you’re falling backwards. Just as in business, our personal lives must always be evolving and growing. Concealed at the heart of Chassidic philosophy is a chart for progress that lays out humanity’s mandate to set ambitious goals. This study of the source texts translates the abstract ideals into a real and relevant plan for growth.
Rabbi Yossi Paltiel (55)
Vayeishev: Harlots & Coats & Goats, Oh My! (11:25)
Is this a chapter in Genesis or an episode of Game of Throne?! In Parshat Vayeishev (Genesis 37:1-40:23) the story of Joseph's drama with his brothers is put on hold for us to learn about Judah and Tamar's seemingly scandalous rendezvous
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
David Block (9)
The Month of Kislev (11:40)
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)
Introducing Marriage Matters: Marriage and Attachment (14:21)
Licensed family therapist, Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, introduces his new series, "Marriage Matters" in which he will answer questions from his viewers about relationship issues. This series will deal with issues such dating, marital stress, difficulty with communcation, emotional health and much more
Series: Marriage Matters
Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch (43)
A Fascinating Voyage into Our Souls (1:00:31)
Rabbi DovBer Pinson (42)
How Jews Changed American Culture (1:02:28)
From Hollywood to Wall Street, the Jewish contribution to America has been enormous. From its inception, the American narrative has been intertwined with the Jewish one. This is your chance to hear this fascinating story in vivid historical detail, and walk away with a newfound appreciation for the Jewish impact on American culture.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech (10)
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)
Healthy Parents = Healthy Children (28:59)
Watch out! Every moment is an educational experience. Sara Esther Crispe shares her parenting tips spiced with chasidus and stories. The first step is to work towards a happy, fullfilled and content mother which will reflect on the children and the household. Mrs. Sara Esther Crispe is the creator of the women’s site www.TheJewishWoman
Series: Family Relationships
Mrs. Sara Esther Crispe (6)
The Centrality of Learning in Jewish Life (32:16)
Why are universities the seat of anti-Israel, anti-Jewish sentiment? Mr. Dennis Prager explains his love of Jewish learning and the maxim that "Wisdom begins with fear of G-d." To be good and wise doesn't come by instinct as is apparent in the failed societies of the Nazis and Communists. .
Mr. Dennis Prager (26)