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Mrs. Shimona Tzukernik (113)
Mind Control: The Power of Our Thoughts (45:26)
Does it really matter what we think if we don’t ever speak those thoughts, let alone act on them? Isn’t daydreaming harmless? Aren’t our actions all that really count? Learn how our thoughts are the basis for how we interact with the world around us, and discover just how much power they have, and more importantly, how much power we have over them
Mrs. Sara Esther Crispe (7)
Lesson from the Sukkah (5:19)
The Sukkah, a primitive hut, teaches us that even the home we live in all year round isn’t what really provides our protection from the elements, but rather it’s God. By going out of our home and living in the Sukkah for a week we demonstrate to the world our trust in God.
Rabbi Abba Perelmuter (58)
Why Keep Beating Our Heart on Yom Kippur? (2:10)
Series: Individual Crossfire questions
Rabbi Dov Greenberg (43)
Repetition and Restriction in Judaism (54:09)
Is Judaism a religion of rules? Why do we do the same things over and over again, like putting on tefillin each morning? Examine the framework and reasoning of for its detailed instruction. This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Sholom Paltiel (1)
Crash Course on Yom Kippur (52:03)
Rabbi Pinchas Taylor (45)
Prozac For the Soul (50:15)
What is the Jewish secret to daily happiness? Discover the tools to finding and maintaining your happiness in everyday life. This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (125)
The Rooster Boy (2:34)
The boy who did not know how to pray. A Yom Kippur story.
Series: Timely Tales
Experiencing the Divine (42:01)
On Shabbat, we transcend our mundane lives and reconnect with our Maker. Learn how to tap into the uniquely spiritual side of this day, even while eating Cholent. This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Manis Friedman (152)