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What I Learned from Viktor Frankl (1:02:22)
Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka, student of Viktor Frankl, professor of psychology, member of the Order of Canada, and editor of the Journal of and Psychology and Judaism, will speak about his personal relationship with Dr. Frankl and Meaning-Based Logotherapy. For more information, please visit: www.torahpsychology.org.
Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka (3)
Balak: What Is Israel's National Mission? (11:47)
For the first time in a while, the main characters of this parsha are not the people of Israel. While the story of Bilaam and Balak are interesting, we wonder: the Torah isn’t an all-inclusive history book; why does the Torah tell us this story?.
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Rabbi David Block (31)
Crossfire: Why Are We the "Chosen" People? (0:54)
This is an excerpt of a Crossfire panel at the National Jewish Retreat. Join this panel of insightful Jewish minds as they address the most important issues of the day. Explore weighty issues with these highly intelligent and knowledgeable scholars. No subject too controversial, no challenge shirked.
Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin (16)
Reflections: Rabbi Shmuel Fogelman (11:44)
Listen in on an amazing conversation between father and son and learn what it was like to experience the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe's harrowing incarceration and release from the dreaded Spalerno prison in Russia. .
Rabbi Chaim Fogelman (18)
The Story of Yud-Beis Tammuz - Part 1 (22:45)
Series: The Story of Yud-Beis Tammuz
Mrs. Faigy Yusewitz (3)
Moshiach. Really? (59:09)
How's your soul? Our souls connect us, it is our bodies that separate us. Rabbi Sholom Lipskar outlines the process of redemption and what to expect in the times of the Messiah. From the scientists who have discovered the G-d particle, to ancient texts, to the Lubatcher Rebbe's talks, Rabbi Lipskar brings Moshiach out of the texts and into the room.
Rabbi Sholom Lipskar (11)
Why Me, G-d? Where Is G-d When It Hurts? (40:10)
Open a newspaper anywhere, any day, and you will see headlines screaming of pain and sadness. Since the days of Job, man has asked the same question over and over: Why me, G-d? We may never comprehend G-d, but we should know that G-d, Who understands the purpose of pain, feels the intensity of our suffering; every tear we shed becomes His.
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (66)
V'ata Banim Shiru (5:32)
Mordechai Ben David (9)
What Are You? (2:43)
What are we compared to the entire universe? Nothing more than a speck of dust out of billions of others? No! In fact we are part of God, and a unique expression of the divine. To learn more with Rabbi David Aaron visit his website at: rabbidavidaaron.com.
Rabbi David Aaron (28)