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Benefits of Kosher (40:54)
I do it because I love you. Mrs. Miriam Lipskier discusses the romance of Judaism as expressed by keeping kosher. We connect to the divine by doing what G-d wants even though we don’t understand why. This class was delivered at Chabad Lubavitch of Georgia.
Mrs. Miriam Lipskier (4)
Arousing Love, The Tool of Meditation (55:00)
Filial love, a softer, more natural type of love, allows for self- sacrifice. Rabbi Laibl Wolf continues his categorization of different types of love. The love between a parent and child, siblings, close friends and long term spouses can be represented by the intense brotherly love between Yonatan and David. Filial love lends itself to self negation.
Series: The Art of Loving
Rabbi Laibl Wolf (13)
The Four Worlds (1:00:50)
Chasidic philosophy abounds with references to the four worlds. What are they? Where are they? And how do they help us understand life? Delve into original Chasidic texts and study these fundamental ideas at their source.
Rabbi Baruch Epstein (3)
Is the Jewish Calendar Really All That Important? (58:49)
Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein (32)
Torah Lights: The Tenth Plague (6:56)
Pharaoh finally understands that G-d means business and lets the Jews go. Rabbi Shlomo Riskin contrasts Israel, the first born of G-d and the first born of Egypt, including Pharaoh himself. Rabbi Riskin goes back to the first encounter between Moses and Pharaoh to understand the parallels.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (39)
Bread and Fire (14:08)
Renowned lecturer and teacher, Mrs. Rivkah Slonim, introduces her collection of essays on the everyday life of a Jewish woman. She explores some of the various topics that are discussed in the book and gives examples of the thought provoking ideas and personal experiences that are expressed by the eclectic array of writers
Series: Book of the Month
Mrs. Rivkah Slonim (24)
The Nine Principles of Happiness (39:14)
Special Thanks to The Happiness Club & SimpleToRemember.com How to be happy in life. Follow the 9 steps laid out by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin for joy. 1. I think appreciatively and gratefully. What five things am I grateful for now? 2. I speak and act joyfully and kindly
Rabbi Zelig Pliskin (1)
When is Jealousy a Virtue? (39:58)
Jealousy is the driving force in our world. Rabbi Dr. Daniel Hershkowitz posits that jealousy provides a natural incentive to succeed.
Rabbi Dr. Daniel Hershkowitz (2)
The Dream Goes On (8:03)
Delivered at the Colel Chabad Dinner - January 6, 2013.
Cory Booker (1)