1 1:39A Child and a Suit
A Child and a Suit (1:39)
What is God waiting for?.
Series: JLI Weekly Video
2 15:09The Month of Av Rabbi Shea Hecht
The Month of Av (15:09)
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)
Secrets to Self-Mastery, Happiness, and Sacred Self-Worth (56:22)
Discover the ultimate “soul-utions” to life’s problems. Turn challenges into exciting opportunities for self-discovery and spiritual growth. Become the master of your destiny rather than the victim of your fate. This talk offers the keys to unlock new doors of awareness, clarity, and the essential tools for achieving unconditional self-worth and personal empowerment
Rabbi David Aaron (74)
Overcoming Procrastination (7:15)
Many people procrastinate in the fear that their idea will either not be accepted or that it won’t turn out to be a success. Whereas as long as it exists as a theory in their mind it can live on as the greatest idea ever as it never stood up to the challenge of being scrutinized and tested. How does one counter this fear?.
Series: Interview on Success
Mr. David Sacks (6)
Setbacks as Springboards (1:38)
Has your life run into a roadblock?.
Series: JLI Weekly Video
David Ben Gurion: Our Right to Israel Is from the Torah (28:48)
A fascinating firsthand account of a meeting Rabbi Lau had with Israel's first Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. In this meeting, Rabbi Lau verifies a story told about Ben Gurion who appeared before the Peel Commission (headed by Lord Peel from the U.K
Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau (24)
The Wonder of the Wounded (2:14)
Here's what the Rebbe told wounded IDF veterans.
Series: The Rebbe's Positivity Bias
Leo is connected to the month of Av, the saddest time of the year. The great powers of the world that have attempted to destroy the Jewish people and the Holy Temples in that month are likened to the Lion. Rabbi Ari Sollish continues his series on astrology with the admonition of our Sages to listen to G-d's warnings and to use our power of hearing to improve ourselves
Series: Judaism and Astrology
Rabbi Ari Sollish (18)
Surviving and Thriving after Tragedy (48:15)
Lynda Fishman’s life came to a tragic halt when her mother and two younger sisters were killed in a plane crash. In this fascinating firsthand account, she candidly describes the agonizing memories, deafening silence and endless hardships that are the fallout of incredible loss
Mrs. Lynda Fishman (1)
Capo Denied a Kidney (17:46)
A soul comes down to this world to do a favor for another. With music, Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson sings the story of a boy in need of a kidney to survive. We are created with 2 kidneys but only need one. With the extra kidney we can help another. We are all one soul, we are all brothers. Donating a kidney even breaks down the boundaries between bodies
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (75)
The Temple: A Heavenly Structure (21:23)
Though the Holy Temple was made of rock, it was truly a heavenly structure. What was its essential function in this world? Why was it destroyed? And what will it take for it to be rebuilt?.
Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz (138)
Dealing With Stress and Suffering (43:42)
If we never experience darkness, we will not appreciate the light. Dr David Pelcovitz describes stress and loss in terms of scientific research and Torah scholarship. The nature of life is to have an ebb and flow, good times and bad. Avoiding all pain reduces our joy for the good times.
Dr. David Pelcovitz (7)
The Legal Case for Israel (46:05)
What is international law and how does the history of Israel reflect it? Professor Eugene Kontorovich gives a clear explanation of which legal bodies have the power to influence the borders of countries, and more importantly, which do not. This fascinating video gives a different perspective on the boundaries of Israel.
Professor Eugene Kontorovich (2)
The Five Love Languages (1:03:49)