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Yitro - The Torah View of Intelligence
Intelligence in and of itself is not a value, and it has no direct correlation with moral greatness. History demonstrates that some of the most evil people were highly educated and intelligent
Parshat Yitro: When Fear of G-d Is Bad for You - Rabbi YY Jacobson
Why does Moses command the Jews not to fear G-d? Why is there a commandment to fear G-d? Be inspired by Rabbi YY Jacobson's weekly lecture based on the Weekly Torah Portion
Beshalach - Why is This Happening to Me?
Why is this happening? Why am I having so much trouble now? This should not be happening! Why can’t I make a living? Why did I lose my job? A deep message based on the Weekly Torah Portion
Parshat Beshalach - Where is G-d in the World?
Sometimes it's difficult to see that there is Someone running this world. If you've ever felt that way, you're in good company because even Moses felt that way. What changed his mind?
Parshat Beshalach - What Does It Mean to Have Faith? Rabbi YY Jacobson
Why Did Miriam Sing Her Own Song? Why Do Married Women Cover Their Hair? Why Don't Women Sing In Front of Men? Rabbi YY Jacobson with profound lessons for life based on The Weekly Torah Portion
Beshalach - The Splitting of the Sea
Why do we sing a song of praise upon the downfall of the Egyptians? Why do the Sages compare the splitting of the Red Sea to searching for one's soulmate? Rabbi Breitowitz derives essential life lessons from the episode of the splitting of the sea
Parshat Bo - Throw Away Your Ritalin?
Maybe there's another reason for ADD/ADHD that we don't want to admit?
Parshat Vayeishev - What is Life
Can philosophy answer the question "What is life all about?" Rabbi Sinclair suggests there is a way to self-knowledge and God-knowledge which goes beyond philosophy and yet is within the reach of each one of us.
Can I Ever Make Peace with Myself? - Rabbi YY Jacobson
Rabbi Jacobson with profound lessons for life based on the famous encounter between Yaakov and Eisav