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Sukkot - Practicing Judaism with Energy
Avodat Hashem: The Engine that Runs Our Torah Lives. Without it, our learning and mitzvah performance are like a body without a soul
Birth Mother or Raising Mother
Kavod haRav When saying yizkor do I say for mother, birth mother even though she passed away when i was less than one year old, so not my MORATI, and raised by my paternal grandmother from age 10 months old and educated by her, thinking she was my mother.... so whom should i saay yizkor for first? i have been saying for both of them as "EM" thank you for your time in replying. shana tova u metuka
The Deeper Meaning of the Commandments of Sukkah and the Four Species
The Holiday of Sukkot is brimming with precious commandments which can rip up a negative decree, save one from punishment, heal the soul and body, and confer longevity, domestic harmony, children and more
Hi! can you explain concept of zivug sheini? Specifically, if someone marries twice, which is is their true other half? Also, if someone lo alenu dies at a young age (child, young adult) before they can marry , what happens to their original zivug? Did they even have one, since Hashem knew they were not destined to marrry?
A Baal Teshuva is like an Immigrant, They Both Go through the Same Things (Part One)
If you understand what an immigrant goes through you’ll understand what a Baal Teshuva goes through
A Baal Teshuva is like an Immigrant (Part two)
We can discuss the 5 stages they both go through in more depth
"The Jewish Spark Was Extinguished": 10 Facts About the Fast of Gedaliah
The Fast of Gedaliah, which always falls on the 3rd of Tishrei, marks the final tragic end of the Jewish settlement in the Land of Israel during the First Temple era
10 Things to Know About the Days Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
"Although repenting and calling out to G-d is always timely, it is especially auspicious during the ten days from Rosh Hashanah until Yom Kippur, and is immediately accepted" - 10 Things to Know About the Ten Days of Repentance
La Minute Coaching avec Rav Fanger : Les vaches ne volent pas
Une courte vidéo qui donne de bons conseils !
Selichot Kumzitz with Rabbi YY Jacobson - 5779 | 2019
Pre-Selichot Farbrengen with Rabbi YY Jacobson and Yoli Lebowitz, on Motzei Shabbat Parshat Ki Tavo, 10:30pm 21 Elul, 5779 Ohr Chaim Tent, 20 Forshay Road, Monsey
Why don’t we blow Shofar Erev Rosh Hashana?
Dear Rabbi, Why don't we blow Shofar on the day before Rosh Hashanah? Is it to confuse Satan and make him think that Rosh Hashanah is over? The answer obviously needs some clarification. Does Satan lack a calendar? May we all have a good new Year.
Improper behavior by someone who is not Asking Forgivenerss
How does one come to forgive and forget when the behavior is disturbing and continual? (Tochacha is not an option)
Rosh Hashanah - The Jew and The King of Morocco
A touching tale for Rosh Hashana about a Jewish businessman's meeting with the King of Morocco in Paris
All about the Book of Chafetz Chaim
Why was it written and what can refraining from gossip and slander do for us?
The Yeshiva Boys Choir - "Mi X6"
Your righteousness Hashem is mighty. Like all the wonders that you do. We're so thankful for the blessings you send us. The love you show us, who is like You? Composed by Eli Gerstner. English Lyrics By Yossi Toiv & Eli Gerstner
Rav Chlomo Levinstein : Roch Hachana - Trois livres sont ouverts
La souffrance du juste et le bonheur du mécréant
Tshuva Erases Sin
I have the following question about a seeming contradiction re: teshuva. On the one hand, we are told that tshuva erases sins and that each year we begin 'anew'. On the other hand, we are told that after a person is niftar they are shown their whole life and it is a source of tremendous shame for them. Can you explain please reconcile this for me? If we do tshuva then shouldn't all those aveiros be erased from the 'video'? What's the point of the teshuva? Thank you.
Conditioned Patterns and Punishment
Another question i have is this: does a person get punished for his sins while he is working on getting better in that area? Meaning, obviously we can't fix everything at once, we are supposed to work on ourselves slowly. So if say, one works on his anger and 1/10 times he succeeds, is there onesh for the other 9 times? If yes, can you explain? Thank you.