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A Nation Blessed As One - Excerpt (27:59)
Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis (1)
Rosh Hashanah: Crowning the King (8:15)
Rabbi Chay Amar (4)
Why is the Jewish New Year called Rosh Hashanah? (5:02)
Rosh Hashanah is a time of spiritual brain surgery, and you are the surgeon, try not to blow it. Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein presents a picture of what is happening on Rosh Hashanah. Rosh is the head of the year, the brain, which affects the entire year. At this crucial time, we have the ear of the king and his undivided attention. Use it in the correct way to have the most impact
Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein (79)
A Journey through the World of Prayer (52:36)
Discover and understand why the early Talmudic sages and Chassidic masters spent most of their day engaged in prayer, and what it meant for the rest of the community. An in depth study of the meaning, components and structure of the daily and Shabbat prayers.
Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan (6)
What Rosh Hashanah Actually Means (2:10)
Rabbi Asher Crispe (16)
Commemorating 200 Years Since the Alter Rebbe's Passing (1:47)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recorded a special message marking the 200th yartzeit of the Alter Rebbe, founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. The message for for 24 Teves 5773 was recorded for the Annual Dinner of Colel Chabad, the humanitarian organization founded by the Alter Rebbe.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (3)
The Silver Lining Under Clouds of Curses (39:42)
On at least two instances the Biblical narrative is interrupted by a litany of horrors that will befall the Jewish people should they stray. How do we reconcile this with our idea of a kind and loving G-d? Take a look at the inner meaning of the Torah’s curses, and enter a world of blessings in disguise.
Rabbi Meir Levinger (11)
Halachic Ramifications of 9/11 (1:06:32)
The tragedy of 9/11 shook the world, destroyed lives and left a crater in the heart of lower Manhattan and in the hearts of thousands of friends and families of the victims. In this heartrending session, you will hear the ways that many decisions that came before the rabbinical court after 9/11 demonstrate how Jewish law offers guidance in even the most unthinkable of circumstances.
Rabbi Yona Reiss (9)
Do You Believe in Angels? (41:14)
All throughout the Biblical stories, Scriptural writings, Rabbinical teachings and liturgical prayers, references are made to G-d’s angels, or Divine Messengers, commissioned to fulfill specific functions and tasks. This workshop will go beyond the abstract concept of the Holy Hosts, beckoning us to recognize the presence of angels in our own lives
Rabbi Moshe Bryski (20)