1 8:21Zucchini Mechshie Chanie Apfelbaum
Zucchini Mechshie (8:21)
Join Kosher food blogger Chanie Apfelbaum in cooking gourmet, Syrian stuffed vegetables, known in Sephardic culture as “Mechsie”. To view the recipe on Chanie's blog click here: http://www.busyinbrooklyn.com/mahshi-meat-rice-stuffed-vegetables/.
Chanie Apfelbaum (4)
2 50:15Prozac For the Soul Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet
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)
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)
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)
Bruised with Blessings (1:42)
What makes an Etrog beautiful?.
Series: Timely Tales
The Arab War Against the Jews (32:38)
In this segment, Harvard Professor, Ruth Wisse discusses the complexities of the current war that is being waged upon the Jewish people in the state of Israel. Professor Wisse expounds on the varied dimensions of this war: it’s mis-characterization as a conflict between two equally legitimate sides, it’s manifestation within U.S
Professor Ruth Wisse (4)
Days of Guilt, or Days of Joy? (1:07:01)
Are the High Holidays a time for guilt, or an opportunity to realize one’s true essence? Why are the confessions sung during the Yom Kippur services instead of being solemnly recited? Join Rabbi Yoseph Y. Jacobson in this fascinating talk about the path to real repentance, and learn how to uncover the greatness and vast potential that lies within each one of us.
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (75)
Rosh Hashanah Salads (12:19)
This fresh and colorful salad incorporates many of the symbolic foods that we eat on Rosh Hashanah. To see more of Chanie's gourmet recipes, visit her blog at http://www.busyinbrooklyn.com/.
Chanie Apfelbaum (4)
Why Keep Beating Our Heart on Yom Kippur? (2:10)
Series: Individual Crossfire questions
Rabbi Dov Greenberg (43)
Crash Course on Yom Kippur (52:03)
Rabbi Pinchas Taylor (45)