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Dennis Prager podcasts
What's My Line?

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2023 81:52


On Labor Day, Dennis asks people what they do for a living. Callers include a baker, a fitness pro, a laptop part company entrepreneur, a nutritional consultant, and antique Judaica dealer, a perfusionist, the guy who sells coupons on the back of you receipts, a personalized wine box maker, a retirement planner, a computer access controller, a homeschooler, a motorcycle critic, a dog daycare owner, a cabinet maker, a maintenance worker, a union organizer, a power grid engineer, a writer/illustrator of children's books, a motion picture/television art director, a technical specialist for the disabled, and a woman who makes teeth. Originally broadcast September 3, 2012.Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Making Mensches: Not Your Bubbe's Torah School
Tattooing As Radical Resistance with Nick/Tahini

Making Mensches: Not Your Bubbe's Torah School

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2023 27:38


Join us as we talk to multi-talented artist @tahini.jpg ❤️‍

Malhete Podcast
Cabalá Judaica e o Cérebro Humano

Malhete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2023 4:12


Segundo os ensinamentos do Zohar, os dois hemisférios cerebrais do ser humano não são apenas duas partes de um mesmo órgão, mas a sede de duas formas distintas de pensar, capazes de interpretar a realidade segundo modelos quase opostos. Este fato, descoberto pela neurologia apenas algumas décadas atrás, era bem conhecido pelos Sábios do Zohar e outros textos do misticismo judaico. Não é por acaso que eles chamam o cérebro com o nome de "mochin" literalmente "os cérebros", portanto mais de um. Na terminologia da Cabalá, estes são Chokhma (Sabedoria) e Bina (Inteligência). A primeira está localizada no hemisfério direito, e é a capacidade de conceber ideias complexas e elevadas, encerradas num único lampejo de genialidade, num pequeno ponto de intuição. É uma faculdade acima da lógica, uma faculdade para a qual o símbolo, o mito, o paradoxo, o enigma, o lado artístico e romântico de uma determinada situação são o pão de cada dia. A segunda faculdade, Bina, reside à esquerda e constitui a capacidade de captar o lampejo de Chokhma (que de outra forma sairia rapidamente da consciência) e dar-lhe forma e concretude, explicando-o e analisando-o de acordo com conceitos lógicos. Graças a Bina, as revelações de Chokhma são assimiladas ao intelecto, transmitidas e comunicadas, transformadas em projetos práticos e concretos. Bina é raciocínio, linguagem, rigor e senso prático. Embora o Criador tenha nos feito usar ambas, todo ser humano está mais inclinado a usar uma ou outra das duas faculdades descritas. A própria Torá tem uma estrutura dupla, semelhante à descrita acima. E esta é uma das razões porque é dado em dois comprimidos, um à direita e outro à esquerda. No campo da Torá, as duas funções anteriores operam da seguinte maneira. Aqueles que têm mais Bina são atraídos sobretudo pela parte revelada da Torá, o niglé, os ensinamentos da Halakha, as discussões da Gemara, as reflexões sobre a filosofia judaica. Enquanto aqueles que se inclinam para Chokhma voltam-se em particular para o haggadot e midrashim, para os misteriosos ensinamentos da Kabbalah. Assim, falamos dos dois cérebros conhecidos no corpo físico como "hemisfério direito e hemisfério esquerdo" e da necessidade de desenvolver e usar ambas as funções ali localizadas. Trata-se de uma tarefa um tanto difícil, cuja realização é indispensável o trabalho de conciliação de um terceiro cérebro, situado a meio caminho entre os dois. A consciência que aí reside tem a função de mostrar como suas duas formas de perceber o mundo não são nada contraditórias e mutuamente exclusivas, mas complementares e mutuamente necessárias. A ciência ainda não consegue identificar um órgão físico, localizado na parte central do cérebro, capaz de desempenhar tal função. A Cabala, por outro lado, há muito nos fala sobre um terceiro cérebro, chamado Da'at, ou Conhecimento unificador (a sefirá oculta). É a sede de intensa atividade espiritual, que, no entanto, permanece misteriosa e exclusiva quando expressa em termos de consciência diária. No nível psicológico, Da'at é aquele poder da alma graças ao qual é possível unificar pensamento e emoção, coração e cérebro. (Retirado da Bíblia revelada por Michele Perrotta) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/malhete-podcast/message

Conversas Sinceras sobre Viver e Morrer
◾EP108 - “Lançamento do Instituto Ana Michelle Soares - A revolução paliativa” - Parte 2◾ Mariana Ferrão | Tom Almeida | Daniela Grelin | Nilton Bonder

Conversas Sinceras sobre Viver e Morrer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2023 40:18


No dia 1º de junho de 2023, realizamos um encontro muito especial: uma homenagem à jornalista e escritora Ana Michelle Soares, que faleceu em janeiro, aos 40 anos, logo após finalizar o manuscrito de seu terceiro livro. AnaMi, como era chamada, tornou-se uma especialista em finitude e Cuidados Paliativos após descobrir um câncer de mama aos 28 anos de idade. E compartilhou a experiência e suas descobertas em palestras, livros, no perfil @‌paliativas (com 208 mil seguidores), e até mesmo num TED (Enquanto eu respirar), que tem o título de seu primeiro livro. Para celebrar esse legado e trazer ao público suas palavras, foi dada a largada ao “Instituto Ana Michelle Soares - A revolução paliativa”. Mariana Ferrão se formou em jornalismo pela PUC-SP. Trabalhou por 19 anos em TV, onde apresentou o Jornal da Band ao lado de Ricardo Boechat e Joelmir Beting. Especializou-se em saúde e participou da criação do programa Bem Estar da TV Globo, que apresentou durante quase uma década. É palestrante do TEDx, fundadora da welltech http://Soul.Me e criadora do Unboxing.Me, uma jornada de autoconhecimento que já transformou a vida de mais de 2 mil pessoas. Tom Almeida é fundador do movimento inFINITO, Diretor do “Death Over Dinner Brazil” e idealizador do Festival inFINITO, Cineclube da Morte, “A Morte no Jantar”, “Death over Drinks”, Podcast Conversas Sinceras sobre Viver e Morrer, colunista do Podcast FINITUDE e co-autor dos livros “Lutos por perdas não legitimadas na atualidade” e “Quando a morte chega em casa”, Ed Summus com curso de aprimoramento em Luto pelo Quatro Estações Instituto de Psicologia. Daniela Grelin lidera o Instituto Avon em suas iniciativas no enfrentamento da violência contra a mulher e no combate ao câncer de mama no Brasil. Ela promove a conscientização e engajamento de diferentes grupos de interesse da sociedade para transformar atitudes e comportamentos, levando estes temas tabu à pauta do debate público, promovendo o resgate das vítimas do isolamento ao empoderamento. É colunista da revista Exame, escrevendo sobre temas relacionados à equidade de gênero e direitos das mulheres, Membro do Conselho Consultivo do Movimento Elas Lideram, do Pacto Global e do Conselho Superior Feminino da FIESP. Nilton Bonder é rabino da Congregação Judaica do Brasil, se destacou internacionalmente como um dos maiores intérpretes literários da antiga sabedoria judaica e também como um ativo defensor e promotor do ecumenismo religioso, atributos que fazem com que seus livros sensibilizem leitores das mais diferentes culturas e nacionalidades. Publicou mais de uma vintena de livros pela Editora Rocco, entre os quais: Exercícios d'Alma; Portais secretos; O sagrado; Tirando os sapatos; Segundas intenções e a trilogia A Cabala da comida; A Cabala do dinheiro; A Cabala da inveja. Sua obra A alma imoral, que deu origem à peça homônima interpretada por Clarice Niskier, é um dos maiores sucessos do teatro brasileiro em todos os tempos, decorridos mais de dez anos de sua estreia. ➡ Conversa do Lançamento do Instituto Ana Michelle Soares - A revolução paliativa ▪ ▶ Aperte o play para ouvir!

Cleber Benvegnú - Outro Olhar
A comunidade judaica no Rio Grande do Sul

Cleber Benvegnú - Outro Olhar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2023 27:07


Uma conversa sobre o Estado de Israel, o conflito entre palestinos e israelenses, o respeito à comunidade judaica e a vinda desse povo para o Rio Grande do Sul são alguns dos temas do Outro Olhar deste sábado. A entrevista completa com o presidente da Federação Israelita do Rio Grande do Sul, Marcio Chachamovich, está disponível.

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon
The Power of Jewish Community {with Smashing Life Member Emily Scheinfeld}

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2023 56:12


Karen sits down with Emily Scheinfeld, a beloved member of the Smashing Life community, to chat about her own Jewish life. Emily is an absolute ray of sunshine who's contributed so much to the vibrant, accepting group that is Smashing Life, and it's such an honor to have her come on here and talk about everything from figuring out how to take charge of your own Judaism as an adult to saying no to Jewish guilt to starting L'dor V'dor Judaica, a nonprofit focused on rehoming unloved Judaica, and, above all, how Smashing Life helped Emily bring Judaism back to the forefront of her life after many years of disconnection. You'll find out: - How Emily became part of the Smashing Life community - and how the group helped her reconnect to Judaism - What it was like going from a very Jewish upbringing in Atlanta to feeling Jewishly isolated while working in East Texas as an adult - How COVID led Emily's non-Jewish boyfriend to get involved in her Jewish life - What Shabbat looks like for Emily - How Smashing Life inspired Emily to start her own nonprofit devoted to providing Judaica for people in need - Emily's advice for those struggling to feel confident in their Jewish identity LINKS: Smashing Life, my Jewish community https://smashinglife.club/ L'dor V'dor Judaica https://www.ldorvdorjudaica.org/ L'dor V'dor Judaica on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/ldorvdorjudaica/ L'dor V'dor Judaica on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ldorvdorjudaica/ Jewish Joy Journal - get a 10% discount with the code “JEWISHJOYPODCAST” https://jewishjoyjournal.com/

Editora e Livraria Sêfer
Israelense - CD Festa Judaica - Rosa Rosa / Od lo Ahavti Dai / Zamar Noded / Kassatshof / Hava Naguila / Shir Lashalom

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 5:13


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Rosa Rosa (Ch. Chefer – D. Seltzer) K'sheraitich ialda ktaná, tsochéket ts'choc rachav cazé, Pitom hirgashti ach kemo sakin, elai nichnas po bachaze. Milion prachim shalachti lach, ushnê milionim michtavim, Ach at himshacht lits'choc veat shigat barchov et col hatoshavim. Ach Rosa Rosa Rosa Rosa, at ahuva sheli Cama shirim od lach at Rosa, ad shetihyi ishti. A Rosa Rosa, at ahuva sheli. Rosa, Rosa, Rosa, tu és minha amada! Quantos poemas mais terei de compor para ti, para que sejas minha esposa? -- Od lo Ahavti Dai (Naomi Shemer) Beêle haiadáim od lo baniti kfar, Od lo matsati máim beemtsa hamidbar, Od lo tsiarti pêrach, od lo guiliti êch Tovil oti hadérech ulean aniolech. A-a-a od lo ahavti dai Harúach vehashémesh al panai A-a-a od lo amarti dai Veim lo (im lo) ach'shav eimatai. Com estas mãos inda não construi uma aldeia, Não achei água no deserto nem plantei uma flor. Há tantas coisas que eu ainda não terminei. Eu ainda não amei o bastante, -- Zamar Noded (Naomi Shemer) Hadérech aruca hi verabá rabá, hadérech aruca hi verabat hadar. Culam holchim badérech ad sofa, culam holchim badérech ad sofa hamar. Aval ani levad levad tsoed halelu haleluia halelu. Veshar ani veshar ani shirê zamar noded, Halelu haleluia halelu. Halelu halelu haleluia halelu. A estrada é longa, longa mas exuberante. E eu, um cantor nômade, solitário entôo: Haleluia. -- Kassatshof (tradicional) instrumental -- Hava Naguila (A. Z. Idelson – tradicional) Hava naguila venismechá. Uru achim belev samêach. Vem, vamos nos alegrar e celebrar. Levantem-se, irmãos, com o coração cheio de felicidade! -- Shir Lashalom (Y. Rotblit – Y. Rozenblum) Tnu lashémesh laalot, laboker lehair. Hazaca shebatfilot, otanu lo tachzir. Mi asher cava nero, uveafar nitman, Bechi mar lo iairó, lo iachziró lechán. Ish otánu lo iashiv mibor tachtit afel. Can lo ioílu lo simchat hanitsachon, Velo shirê halel. Lachen rac shíru, shir lashalom, Al tilchashu tfilá. Mutav tashíru shir lashalom, Bitseacá gdolá. Preces de louvor e canções de vitória Não trarão de volta aqueles que caíram nas batalhas. É melhor entoar, e bem alto, uma canção pela paz!

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Ladino - CD Festa Judaica - Los Bilbilicos / Cuando el Rey Nimrod

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 3:25


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Los Bilbilicos (tradicional, em ladino) Los bilbilicos [rouxinóis] cantan con sospiros de amor; Mi neshama [alma] mi ventura estan en tu poder. La rosa enflorese en el mes de mai. Mi neshama s'escurese, sufriendo del amor. Mas presto ven palomba, mas presto ven con mi; Mas presto ven querida, corre y salvame. -- Cuando el Rey Nimrod (tradicional, em ladino) Cuando el rey Nimrod al campo salia, Mirava en el cielo y en la estreyeria, Vido una luz santa en la giuderia [bairro judeu], Que havia de nacer, Avraham avinu [Abrahão]. Avram avinu, padre querido, padre bendicho, luz de Israel. La muyer de Terach quedo prenhada (grávida), De dia en dia el le preguntava De que tenish la cara tan demudada, Y ela nem sabia el bem que tenia. Avram avinu, padre querido, padre bendicho, luz de Israel.

Editora e Livraria Sêfer
Românticas - CD Festa Judaica - Erev shel Shoshanim / Erev Ba 

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 4:26


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Erev shel Shoshanim (Y. Hadar – M. Dor) Érev shel shoshanim, netse na el habustán Mor bessamin ulevona leraglêch miftán Laila iored leat verúach shoshán noshvá Hava elchash lach shir balat, zêmer shel ahavá. Shachar homá ioná, roshech malê telalim, Pich el haboker shoshaná ectefênu li. O aroma das rosas invade a noite. Vem, vamos ao pomar. A noite cai devagar e o vento traz a doce fragrância das rosas. Vem, vou sussurrar-te um poema, uma canção de amor. -- Erev Ba (O. Avishar – A. Levanon) Shuv haéder noher bimvoót hakfar Veole haavac mishvilê afar Veharchec od tsémed inbalim Melave et méshech hatslalim Érev ba, érev ba. Shuv havéred cholem, chalomot balat Uforchim cochavim bamarom at at. Veharchec, baémec haafel, Melave hatan et bo haleil Lail rad, lail rad. Nos arredores da aldeia, o rebanho pasta, Levantando a poeira do chão. Ao longe, um par de sinos assiste a chegada das sombras. A noite está chegando, a noite vem.

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Haleluia - CD Festa Judaica - Haleluia / Shalom al Israel 

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 5:25


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Haleluia (Sh. Or – K. Oshrat) Haleluia laolam, haleluia iashiru culam, Bemila achat bodeda, halev male bahamon toda, Veholem gam hu eize olam nifla. Haleluia im hashir, haleluia al iom shemeir, Haleluia al ma shehaia, Uma sheod lo haia, haleluia. Haleluia laolam, laleluia iashiru culam, Vehainbalim hagdolim iehadhedu bahamon tslilim, Veitanu hem iomru, haleluia. Cantemos Haleluia para o mundo, Cantemos Haleluia para mais um novo e lindo dia. Uma única palavra que enche o coração de gratidão. Para tudo que já foi e para tudo que será, Haleluia. Louvemos a Deus! -- Shalom al Israel (D. Barak – E. Netzer) Hadlicu or barechovót, veshir zamrú bair, Machar al pnê col haticvot iaftsía iom bahir. Mishovachim iagbia az ribo ionei lavan, Veshémesh nekiá mipaz ticrá mitoch anán. Shalom, shalom, shalom al israel. Imru shirê halel, shalom al Israel. Acendam luzes nas ruas e cantem, Amanhã será um dia maravilhoso. Mil pombas brancas voarão no céu, Um sol radiante brilhará entre as nuvens. E todos cantarão: Shalom, shalom, Paz, paz sobre Israel

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Valsas - CD Festa Judaica - Chassene Valtz / Bissale Mazel / Hafindjan / Shoshana / Tumbalalaica

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 5:17


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Chassene Valtz (Ch. Tauber – Ivanovitch) Kum tantz mit mir unzer valtz fun amol, Guehat nor mit dir hob ich lib on a tzol. Tzum ershtn mul ven ich hob dich derzen, Gueshpilt hot men dan, undzer valtz azoi shein. Tzvei iungue hertzer mir zenen guevein, Libe, guefiln umshuldik un rein. Guedrikt hob ich dich azoi hertzlich tzu mir, Zich ainguelibt bald in dir. Vem, minha amada, dança comigo esta valsa como no passado. -- Bissale Mazel (tradicional) Vi nemtmen a bissale mazel, vi nemtmen a bissale glik, Dos reidale zol zich shoin dreien unnemtem main mazl tzurik. Di velt iz varshafn guevorn far ale mentshn glaich Vi nemtmen a bissale chotchas a bissale, Vi nemtmen a bissale glik. Onde estará a minha sorte e a minha felicidade? Ela está na roda da vida, que as traz e as leva Para todos os homens, que são todos iguais. -- Hafindjan (Ch. Chefer – tradicional) Harúach noshévet krirá, nossifa keissam lamdurá, Vechach bizroót argamán, baeshliaale kecorban. Haesh mehavhévet, shirá melavlévet, Sovev lo sovev hafindján. O vento frio sopra, coloquemos mais lenha na fogueira, e vamos cantar enquanto o café não vem. Passa, passa o bule! -- Shoshana (Ch. Chefer – tradicional) Shoshana, Shoshana, Shoshana, Iarêach nissá el anán, Kamôhu eláich, Shoshana, Baiám od iaflig capitán. Haia iám soer, hatoren charac, Chartom hasfiná kimat venish'chac, Ach Ioske al col hainián hitgaber, Vezémer aliz co zimer. O mar está agitado, o mastro do navio quase se partiu, Mas o que importa é que a Shoshana me aguarda no porto. -- Tumbalalaica (A. Elstein – tradicional) Shteit a bocher un er tracht, Tracht un tracht a gantze nacht Vemen tzunemen un nisht farshemen Tumbala tumbala tumbalalaica Tumbala tumbala tumbalalaica Tumbalalaica shpil balalaica Tumbalalaica freilach zol zain. A noite inteira, um rapaz estava decidindo com qual namorada se casar, Tocando sua Balalaica cheio de alegria.

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Bar e Bat Mitsvá - CD Festa Judaica - Siman Tov / Sissu et Ierushalayim / Uvau Haovdim / Mashiach / Samchenu 

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 5:39


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Siman Tov (tradicional) Siman tov umazal tov Umazal tov vessiman tov, Iehe lánu veal col Israel. Muita sorte e felicidade para nós E para todo povo de Israel! -- Sissu et Ierushaláyim (da Bíblia – A. Nof) Sissu et Ierushaláim guílu ba, guílu ba col ohaveha. Al chomotaich ir David hifcadeti shomrim Col haiom vechol halaila. Regozigem-se com Jerusalém todos aqueles que a amam. -- Uvau Haovdim (Isaías 27:13 – S. Carlebach) Uvau haovdim meérets Ashur vehanidachim meérets Mitsráim. Vehishtachavú lashem behar hacódesh, birushaláim. E retornarão os que estavam perdidos na terra da Assíria, e os dispersos na terra do Egito, E se prostrarão ao Eterno no monte santo, em Jerusalém. -- Mashiach (da liturgia – M. Laufer/ M. Ben-David) Ani maamin beemuna shelema beviat hamoshiach, ani maamin. Veaf alpi shehitmahameha im col ze achake lo, bechol iom sheiavo. Eu creio com fé completa na vinda do Messias, e apesar dele tardar em vir, contudo esperá-lo-ei a cada dia. -- Samchenu (M. Rozenblum – M. Ben-David) Samchênu Hashem Elokênu beeliahu hanavi avedêcha, uvemalchut beit David meshichêcha. Mehera, bimehera iavo, veiaguel libênu. Alegra-nos, ó Eterno, nosso D'us, com a vinda do profeta Elias, Teu servo, e com o reino da casa de David, Teu ungido. Que este venha logo e que nossos corações se rejubilem.

Editora e Livraria Sêfer
Casamento - CD Festa Judaica - Mazal Tov / Siman Tov / Mehera Hashem / Baruch Haba / Samchem / Od Yishama

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 6:07


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Mazal Tov (tradicional) instrumental -- Siman Tov (da liturgia – A. Fried) Oi oi oi siman siman tov, Oi oi oi mazal mazal tov, Iehe lánu ulechol Israel.Muita sorte e felicidade para nós E para todo povo de Israel! -- Mehera Hashem (da liturgia – A. Fried) Mehera Hashem, Hashem Elokenu, Ishamá beharê Iehuda, uvechutsot Ierushaláim. Col sasson vecol simcha, col chatan vecol calá.Brevemente, ó Eterno, nosso Deus, que se ouça nas cidades da Judéia e na ruas de Jerusalém, Voz de regozijo e voz e alegria, Voz de noivo e voz de noiva. -- Baruch Haba (A. Fried – Y. Berger) Baruch haba, baruch haba chatan vecala. oi, oi, chatan vecala, oi, oi, baruch habá Shehecheianu vekiemanu vehiguianu lazmán hazé.Sejam bem-vindos, noivo e noiva! Abençoado seja Aquele, que nos fez viver E chegar a este dia! -- Samchem (dos Salmos – M. Laufer) Samchem bevinian shalemRegozigem-se todos com a reconstrução de Jerusalém. -- Od Yishama (da liturgia – Y. Begun) Od ishama beharê Iehuda uvechutsot Ierushaláim, Col sasson vecol simcha, col chatan vecol calá.Ainda se ouvirá nas cidades da Judéia e na ruas de Jerusalém, Voz de regozijo e voz e alegria, Voz de noivo e voz de noiva.

Editora e Livraria Sêfer
Violinista - CD Festa Judaica - Tradition / If ,I where a Rich Man / To Life

Editora e Livraria Sêfer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 5:30


Esta faixa foi extraída do CD FESTA JUDAICA, contendo as mais conhecidas e alegres músicas do repertório judaico para sua festa de Bar e Bat Mitsvá, casamento, e muito mais. Sucesso! FICHA TÉCNICA Voz: Shimon Lavie Arranjos, piano, sintetizador, derbake e direção musical: Eduardo Felenbok Trompete: José Granata Flugelhorn: Oscar Serrano Saxofone alto e clarineta: Luis Alberto “Chachi” Ferreira Bateria: Ezequiel Finger Projeto gráfico: Dagui Design Masterização: Domínio Digital Produção executiva: Jairo Fridlin Realização: Editora e Livraria Sêfer Ltda. Acompanhe as letras com a pronúncia fonética e breve tradução para o português, para você cantar junto e se deliciar: Tradition (S. Harnik – J. Bock) instrumental -- If I Where a Rich Man (S. Harnik – J. Bock) (em yidish) Ven ich bin a Rotschild, dubi dubi... Gantze teg oi zitz ich bidibam Ven ich bin a raicher man. A hant in kaltn vaser Nisht araingueton oi didl didl bam Ch'volt guehat a baitl guelt Un gueven a deidl, eidl man. Un ch'volt nir oifguebolit a hois vi a palatz Dafke in mitn fun dek shtot. A sheinen dach, mit a koimen vos blost a roich. A langue trep fun holtz vet loifn aruf, A tzveite noch lenguer loift arop, A drite loift ich veis noch nisht vi hoich... Di Toire, di Toire! Se eu fosse milionário, eu passaria o dia à toa, cantando... -- To Life (S. Harnik – J. Bock) (em yidish) Zol zain mit glik, lechaim! Lechaim, lechaim zol zain! Lomir nor lebedik um freilach zain, Velich a meilach zain, A lechain zol zain, mit glik lechaim! Lechaim, lechaim zol zain! Dos lebn macht a mishmash fun undz, Machter bloiz ash fun undz, A lechaim zol zain! Vessomachto bechaguecho, Schteit bai undz in pusik, Freien mir zich doch, Beser anshtot tzu zogn eicho, Match men zich a simche, Vilmen simches nock, Mit malz genug far undz, Iz take gut far undz, A lechain zol zain! Aba yas nasdrovie, Got zol benchn aich nasdrobie. Zait guezunt un lebt Mit undz tsuzamen in freid. Az di goim veln trinken ale flesher vain Machetonim mach a simche, ruft undz shnel arain Ooooo.....oooooo.... Un macht a koise, dafke gor a groise. Vail aza min libe, zet men zeltn do Es hot a ponim az di machetonim. Vintchn zich tzufridin in a mazldike sho Mit mazl un mit broche. Un eibik guezunt zolt ir zain Zol zain mit mazl, guenug far undz Z'is take gut far undz A lechaim..... zol zain! Lechaim! Vamos brindar: Lechaim! À vida!

E eu com isso?
#221 Casamento à moda judaica, a série

E eu com isso?

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2023 39:08


Muita gente QUER achar um relacionamento. Pra isso, as pessoas usam as ferramentas que tem. Alguns usam aplicativos, outros pedem ajuda pra amigos em comum... E tem gente que decide contratar o serviço de uma casamenteira. Quem vive dentro de comunidades mais fechadas, como é o caso da comunidade judaica, pode querer encontrar um parceiro, ou uma parceira, que faça parte desse mesmo grupo. E aí, esse recurso de achar um parceiro por meio de uma casamenteira passa a fazer mais sentido. E será que pra todo judeu no mundo, tem outro judeu parecido com quem se possa entrar um relacionamento? É sobre um pouco disso tudo que fala a série da Netflix, Casamento à moda judaica - ou Jewish Matchmaking, da Netflix. Pra bater um papo sobre essa série, convidamos Ângela Goldstein, podcaster no Torá com Fritas. Apresentação: Amanda Hatzyrah e Anita Efraim

AJC Passport
"Busy in Brooklyn" Food Blogger Chanie Apfelbaum Talks Kosher Cuisine and Jewish Heritage

AJC Passport

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 22:45


To continue our Jewish American Heritage Month celebrations, guest host Laura Shaw Frank, AJC's director of William Petschek Contemporary Jewish Life, speaks with Chanie Apfelbaum, author of the popular food blog Busy in Brooklyn. Chanie joins us to discuss her new cookbook, "Totally Kosher," the intersection of Jewish culture and food, and the future of kosher cuisine. She also shares how the murder of her brother, Ari Halberstam, who was killed in a 1994 terrorist attack on the Brooklyn Bridge, has inspired her career. *The views and opinions expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect the views or position of AJC.  ____ Episode Lineup:  (0:40) Chanie Apfelbaum ____ Show Notes: Take our quiz: Jewish American Heritage Month Quiz: Test your knowledge of the rich culture and heritage of the Jewish people and their many contributions to our nation! Start now. Read: What is Jewish American Heritage Month? Jewish American Heritage Month Resources Faces of American Jewry Amazing Jewish Americans Listen: 8 of the Best Jewish Podcasts Right Now AJC CEO Ted Deutch on the Importance of Jewish American Heritage Month From Israel: AJC's Avital Leibovich Breaks Down Latest Gaza Escalation Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: peopleofthepod@ajc.org If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, tag us on social media with #PeopleofthePod, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review, to help more listeners find us. __ Transcript of Interview with Chanie Apfelbaum Manya Brachear Pashman: People of the Pod is celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month by devoting all our May episodes to what makes us Jewish and proud -- food, music, and our mission to repair the world. Last week you heard from AJC CEO Ted Deutch about why we should set aside a month to celebrate. This week nods to our obsession with food.  And for that, I'll turn it over to my guest co-host, Laura Shaw Frank, AJC's Director of Contemporary Jewish Life. Laura, the mic is yours. Laura Shaw Frank: Thanks, Manya. Happy Jewish American Heritage Month!  As we celebrate Jewish American culture and history this month, it feels like we would be quite remiss if we didn't spend some time talking about Jewish food. Food plays an enormous role in Jewish tradition and culture. Jews have foods linked to particular Jewish holidays and of course Shabbat, ethnic foods linked to particular places where Jews lived, and of course, lots of Jews, myself included, keep kosher, follow the laws of Kashrut, which deeply influences the way we cook and eat.  I think I'd be pretty safe in saying that Jewish food is really important in Jewish life. Not surprisingly, statistics bear this out. In the Pew Survey of Jewish Americans in 2020 over 70% of American Jews, young and old alike, reported cooking or eating traditional Jewish foods. Which is why I'm so excited to be joined by today's guest, Chanie Apfelbaum. Chanie is a food writer and photographer whose blog “Busy in Brooklyn” is chock full of delectable recipes and beautiful pictures of amazing Jewish foods. Her newest cookbook, Totally Kosher, hit bookstores in March 2023. Chanie, welcome to People of the Pod. Chanie Apfelbaum: Thanks so much for having me. Laura Shaw Frank: I'm thrilled to have you and really thrilled to talk to you about your new cookbook. So before we get into that, though, let's take a step backward. How did you get into kosher cooking?  Chanie Apfelbaum: Well, I was born Jewish. That's the first step, always. I always say– learning your way around the kitchen is just a rite of passage when you get married. And being a Jewish housewife, obviously, we have, you know, Shabbat dinner every week, and so many holidays, and Jews are always just celebrating around food. I actually never stepped foot in the kitchen before I got married, never really helped my mom, my older sister used to help with cooking. It just looked like a chore to me. I am a very creative soul, very artistic. And it just seemed like a whole lot of rules. And I just wasn't interested. And then I got married. And I would call my mother every Friday and like, how do I make gefilte fish and potato kugel, and chicken soup. And I started hosting a lot. And people started asking me for my recipes. And I realized that I kind of had a knack for presentation. Because I've always been artistic. And you know, like composition and things like that. And my food always was presented nicely and looked beautiful. So it kind of got me you know, a little bit interested, piqued my interest. And I realized that it could be a way for me to explore my creative side.  So I I started watching The Food Network a lot. And I subscribed to Bon Appetit Magazine, and started looking at cookbooks. And then when I had my third child, I didn't want to really work outside the house anymore. So I was like, What should I do with myself, I'm not the type of person that could just be a stay at home mom, I would lose my mind. So I was like, Okay, I'm gonna start a blog. And there really weren't any food blogs and no kosher food blogs.  This is back in 2011. There was Smitten Kitchen, there was Pioneer Woman, those are both pioneers in the blogging world, in general. And there definitely weren't any kosher blogs. And I just, you know, I started my blog. And like I said, I wasn't cooking, you know, the traditional Jewish, heimish Ashkenazi food that I grew up with. Talking a little about being a mom. I had my crochet projects on there. And it was just like my place to get creative and have an outlet. And then feedback really started pouring in, everything I was posting, people were so interested. It didn't exist in the kosher world.  And despite not being a big foodie, I just continued to just do my thing and taking terrible pictures in the yellow light of my kitchen island, on automatic, with my terrible camera. And over time, just my food started to evolve, my photography started to evolve.  And fast-forward a couple of years, I went to a kosher culinary school, which really helped me kind of opened my mind to new flavors, which I was I think stuck a little bit in the Ashkenazi palate of paprika and garlic powder, as I like to say, and just tried all these Indian food and Thai food and all these flavors that I literally never ever experienced. And it just blew my mind open in so many ways.  Being creative, a few of my friends kind of started blogs around the same time. And every time a holiday would come around, it was like who's going to come up with the coolest latke or the coolest humentasch, or the most creative donut. So it really pushed my competitive side and also my creative side. And I just started really thinking outside the box and doing a lot of these cool twists on tradition and fusion recipes and caught a lot of attention in mainstream media and everything went from there, I guess. Laura Shaw Frank: That's amazing. I want to pick up on one thing that you said. You said when you started blogging that so many people got in touch with you. And you were obviously bringing them content that they hadn't seen before. What do you think was missing from the conversations around kosher food before you entered the space? I mean, I'll just you know, tell you when I got married, everyone got the Spice and Spirit cookbook from Lubavitch. I still use it, by the way. It's a fantastic cookbook. It's a more traditional cookbook. And so tell us a little bit about what did you bring that was different to kosher cooking? Chanie Apfelbaum: You know what, there's one story that sticks out in my mind that really, because I've always been this person that picks up hobbies along the way, like every creative thing. I'm knitting, I'm  crocheting. I'm scrapbooking, kind of all these type of things. I pick up a hobby, I do it for a couple of months and then I kind of let it go. So I always asked myself, like, what was it about food blogging that really stuck for me, and I think that I realized the power of it.  One year, I made this recipe for the nine days when we don't eat meat, you know, between before Tisha B'Av, some people have accustomed not to eat any meat recipes, because it's a time of mourning, it's a serious time before the anniversary of the destruction of the Holy Temple. So wine and meat are more celebratory things that we eat. So those are restricted for nine days before Tisha B'av.  So I made this recipe for Chili Pie in Jars. And it was a vegetarian chili, a layer of cheddar cheese, and cornbread, and you bake it in a mason jar in the oven. So each person has basically their own pie. So I made this recipe and I put it in on my blog, and this is before Instagram, can't DM somebody a picture, it's before smartphones, you can't just take a picture on your smartphone. So somebody took out their digital camera, took a picture of their families sitting around the table, everyone's holding their own mason jar, and like, took the SD card out, put it in their laptop and sent me an email. This is early days of my blog. I get this picture. I see a whole family sitting around the table eating my recipe and I'm like, oh my god,  how powerful is this, that I have the opportunity to bring families around the table, it is so special.  And I think that that's something that really stuck with me through all my years of blogging and really at the core, for me, what keeps me going because I realize the power of food. Especially, as a proud Jew, to celebrate our traditions through food, because, thank God through my platform, I get messages from people–someone sent me a message from literally Zimbabwe making Challah for the first time. It's just so special to me.  So, obviously, as a mom of five, I'm always cooking dinner, and it can feel like a chore. I get cooking fatigue like everybody else. And cooking Shabbat dinner every week. I always say in the main world, they make this big deal about Thanksgiving, you know, you have to plan your menu from Sunday, and then your shopping list from Tuesday and all that but like we literally have Thanksgiving every Friday night. It's a three course or four course meal sometimes. So yeah, I get the cooking fatigue.  And for me, I want to show people how to bring the love back in the kitchen. You know, how food can be more than just a way of sustaining ourselves, it could be a way of celebrating our Jewishness, it could be a way of bringing our family around the table, it could be a way of getting pleasure out of life. Food can be so delicious, and it can open your eyes and experience global cuisine. That's so cool and amazing. So I had that aha moment for myself, and I want other people to have it too. Laura Shaw Frank: That's amazing. I love that. So what you're really saying is that food and culture are really intertwined with one another. And you gave this example of the nine days before the Jewish fast day of Tisha B'Av, which takes place in the summertime, when it's traditional among religious Jews to not eat meat and wine and talking about sort of adjusting recipes. Could you give us a couple of other examples of ways that you see sort of Jewish history, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition embedded in food? Chanie Apfelbaum: Look at the holidays, right, Rosh Hashanah, we have a lot of symbolic foods. Most people know of apple and honey, but there are actually a whole range of symbolic foods that we eat. The actual names and Hebrew of those foods, point to different things that we want for our year,like we eat a fish head because we want to be like a head and not a tail. For me that really helped me kind of zone in on what is my niche here, right? I am a kosher food blogger, but how do I define my skill or who I am because every blogger kind of has their thing. And for me a lot of it is centered around the holidays because first of all for me like I have so many beautiful memories growing up.  My mother is very much a traditional Ashkenazi cook, making kugel and gefilte fish and cholent and matza ball soup. She doesn't veer away from that. Those are the dishes that I grew up on and they're so nostalgic for me and there's a place for that. Our home was always open, we had so many guests. I actually grew up in Crown Heights. So I really zone in a lot on holiday foods, but putting my own spin on it, because I feel like people want something fresh and new and exciting. And I definitely think there's a place for the traditional foods. You want to mix it up and have a little bit something fresh and new and something old, that's great. We're lucky that we have that core of our heritage and our traditions throughout the year with so many Jewish holidays that allow us to get together, with family, with friends, and celebrate our Jewishness. Laura Shaw Frank: So, my husband and my three sons are all vegan.  Chanie Apfelbaum: Oh, wow. Laura Shaw Frank: My daughter and I are not – but my husband and my three sons are vegan. As I was thinking about interviewing you, I was thinking about how kosher cooking is always intertwined with the places that it's located in and the time in which it's occurring. Do you feel like your cooking has been influenced by the recent trends toward vegetarian and vegan and more plant based eating? Chanie Apfelbaum: I definitely, just as someone who grew up eating a lot of heavy Ashkenazi food. Being in the food world, seeing what's out there. Besides for the fact that it's trendy. I feel like after Shabbat, I want to break from meat and animal protein. I mean, we're eating fish, we're usually having three courses. We're having fish, we're having chicken soup or having some kind of meat or chicken. Sunday we're usually having leftovers because there's just so much food from Shabbat. So come Monday we do in my house–in my first cookbook, Millennial Kosher, which came out in 2018. I had a Meatless Meals chapter. And that was really new for any kosher cookbook. You don't find it, you find definitely very heavy meat chapters. But it was important to me because I instituted that in my house many years ago. And I have it in this book as well. And I got so much amazing feedback because there's a lot of people out there who don't eat meat. There's a lot of vegetarians. There's a lot of vegans. And they were so happy that I was bringing that to the kosher world, and of course wanted to bring it again. And also my kids love it. Like come Monday they know it's Meatless Monday in my house. God forbid I didn't have time to think of something and I bring chicken they're like, What, what's going on here? Ma, it's Meatless Monday. It's like a rule. So I include this in the book where I talk about the way I structure my week because it really helped me kind of take the guesswork out of what am I making for dinner. I have a loose framework, while still allowing me the possibility to be creative because I love you know, playing Chopped with my kids, with whatever's in my fridge or my pantry. I want the possibility to be creative but I still need a little bit of framework.  So Sunday's we'll have leftovers if there's no leftovers, we'll do a barbecue or sometimes a restaurant if we're out for the day. But Monday's Meatless, Tuesdays is beef. Wednesdays is chicken, Thursdays is dairy. Shabbos is Friday night, it's always a little bit different. And then, Saturday night is eggs. And it gives me the base protein, I know what I'm working off of and then from that I can kind of play around. And I think that really helps people that are like so overwhelmed with the idea of what am I making for dinner? You wake up on a Tuesday morning, you know, it's meat day, okay, I got to take out some kind of meat from the freezer. I'll figure out what I'm doing for later. Maybe I'll make tacos. Maybe I'll make spaghetti Bolognese maybe, you know, maybe I'll make burgers, but you took the meat out, you know. But going back to your question. So you know, Mondays is meatless in my house and we're a big bean family. My kids love beans. One of their favorite dinners are my refried bean tacos that are my first book. I have these amazing smashed falafel burgers in this book. Like I said, we love beans, I do curries I do, Falafel I do. Once in a while I'll try and play around with tofu. My kids don't love it too much. Tempe is something - I have tempe shawarma in the book which is really amazing.  Let's not forget to mention plant based beef which I think totally revolutionized the kosher experience because when can we ever make you know, meat and dairy together because that's one of the basic rules within the kosher kitchen. You can't mix meat and dairy together in the same dish. My kids love when I make smash burgers for dinner. And I always said like, I don't love vegan dairy products if you just don't get that cheese pull, but like with the vegan meat products, with the new plant based impossible beef, it's really close to the real thing. It really is.  Laura Shaw Frank: We love impossible burgers in our house and I want to try that tempe shawarma. Chanie Apfelbaum: Oh, it's really good. Laura Shaw Frank: What recipe would you say was kind of the biggest surprise for you? I mean, it seems to me like you often work from traditional Jewish recipes, but seems like you also are constantly innovating and making up your own recipes. So is there a recipe that just kind of surprised yourself and couldn't believe how it turned out? Chanie Apfelbaum: My favorite recipe in the book is my Pad Chai. And it's kind of a Middle Eastern spin on Pad Thai, where I use harissa and silan and lime and tamarind in the sauce. It almost feels like pad thai with just that little hint of Middle Eastern flavor. Pad thai is always finished with crushed peanuts, and I put crushed bamba over the top. And it's just so fun and playful. And I also love fun names. So I love just the name of it, but it's really a reflection of, first of all my favorite flavors, like I love middle eastern food, I love Thai food, marrying them together. And it's colorful and beautiful and so flavorful. Everything I love about food, and was really inspired by the pad thai made in culinary school. And it was one of the dishes that really, really transformed my palate completely. So it's kind of an ode to that. Laura Shaw Frank: You're getting me very excited to go home and make dinner for the next few nights.  Chanie Apfelbaum: You see right there. Laura Shaw Frank: So your latest cookbook, Totally Kosher, is being published by Random House. And that's a really interesting thing for a kosher kind of a niche cookbook to be published by a very mainstream publisher. So I was wondering if you could tell us a little bit about how it came about that you got, first of all, that you got Random House to publish your cookbook, which is amazing. Second of all, why you left the more Jewish the more orthodox publishing world. Chanie Apfelbaum: I'm with Clarkson Potter, one of the imprints of Penguin Random House, that's an imprint. They haven't written a kosher book in many, many, many years. Thank God, I've been in this industry for 12 years. And I already wrote a very successful book. So my name is really out there. People know me as being the kosher cook. So they did approach me to write the book, which was really an honor. I had a very good experience the first time around working with Artscroll. Artscroll is like the main Jewish distributor of and publisher of Jewish books. My book was beautiful, and their distribution is really unmatched, but it's really only in the Jewish world. they'll get your book and every Judaica shop in the world, but not in Barnes and Nobles, and not in you know, in mainstream, indie booksellers.  I really wanted to reach a larger demographic of Jews. As a blogger, people have come to know me and my family. I wanted to put more lifestyle photos in and most Jewish publishers don't actually publish photos of women in their books, which is something that I definitely want to see change. And I put beautiful pictures of my family, me and my daughters lighting Shabbos candles which is something that like, the moment of my week that I look forward to and a special time for me that I really feel like I connect with my Jewishness. And you know, my book is dedicated and memory of my Bubbie and to my mother and to my daughters and for me, it's really about the Jewish family and Jewish pride–not just about food, but really about family and I wanted to be able to portray that through the photos in the book. So that was another of my reasons for moving mainstream. Laura Shaw Frank: I think it's just amazing. And I just think it's so wonderful that you are illustrating your cookbook, with pictures that are not just about Jewish pride, but also about the special pride of Jewish women and the special…you know, of course, not only women cook, you know, men cook too, I have to say, my husband cooks dinner a lot more than than I do. And kids cook and lots of different people find a lot of wonderful fulfillment in the kitchen. But, of course, we do have this very long tradition of women cooking for their families, even as we change it up today. And I just think it's beautiful that you actually intentionally use pictures of women, of your family, in your cookbook.  Chanie Apfelbaum: And my sons are there too. Laura Shaw Frank: Excellent. Let's make it a family experience.  Chanie Apfelbaum: Exactly, exactly. Laura Shaw Frank: Speaking about family experience, you've written about why it's so important to you to encourage family meals with everyone sitting around the table together, whether it's on Shabbat or holidays or even just a weekday dinner. Could you share with us why that's so important to you? Chanie Apfelbaum: Well, I grew up in a very open home. My mom always had guests for shabbat or holidays. I grew up on the block of 770 Eastern Parkway, Chabad Lubavitch headquarters, and our house was just always open to guests. It's something of value that was instilled in me from early on.  And I don't know if you know this, but my brother Ari Halbersham was actually killed in a terrorist attack on the Brooklyn Bridge in 1994. That's something that I feel like, I don't think people realize, when you lose a family member in that way, it's not like, OK, you just lost your brother. But it affects the whole family, really for generations. And I think that one of the things that I lost was having those experiences around the table. And especially so many memories with my brother at the table as well.  So for me, I find so much healing–first of all healing, but also just, I see the greatness and the power to bring families around the table. To create family memories. So many that I draw great comfort from, I want other people to be able to experience that. It's important for me to do that, also as a way to remember him and celebrate what he lived for and what he died for. Laura Shaw Frank: Ok, that's incredible. And it's an incredible message to all of us to be in the moment and treasure those moments around the table.  So the last thing I want to ask you is, so you have this cookbook that's being published by a mainstream publisher. And we know that not a lot of Jews keep kosher. The percentages are not that high. Do you think your cookbook appeals beyond just a kosher audience?  Chanie Apfelbaum: Well, I'll tell you that I have a lot of–forget about non- kosher keeping. I have a lot of non-Jewish followers on Instagram that buy my book, because they just like my style of cooking. I know it's called Totally Kosher. And obviously, it's a celebration of kosher and celebration of our Jewish heritage, and our customs and traditions, but at the same time, it's just good food, it's just good food, despite it being kosher, and really, I really want to break that stigma that there is about kosher food - that kosher food is brown, and it is brown. You know, like I can't take it away. Matzah ball soup is beige, and gefilte fish is beige, and potato kugel's beige, and brisket's brown. And you know, there's a reason for the stereotype.  Laura Shaw Frank: Cholent's brown too. Chanie Apfelbaum: It is. And if you look through my book, one thing that will pop out at you is how colorful the food is, and how beautiful the food is. And like I said earlier, I came to food by means of artistry. They say people eat with their eyes first. And it has changed and I think in the mainstream world, they haven't quite realized how kosher has evolved. I mean, there's so many different restaurants, kosher restaurants now, that celebrate different global cuisines. There's a Peruvian Japanese restaurant in the city, there's a Georgian restaurant in Queens. It's not just your Bubbie's stuffed cabbage anymore. And I want, like I said, the stigma to change and make waves in the mainstream world to see kosher a little bit differently. Laura Shaw Frank: Well, I'm for one very excited to start making some recipes from Totally Kosher. And I just want to thank you, Chanie, so much for coming to join us on People of the Pod. I think that you are bringing such a fresh take. And such a warmth, such a deep sense of Jewish culture and peoplehood, and family, and love to your work. And it's really more than just about kosher cooking. It's really about something much bigger. And I just want to thank you for that. So thanks so much for joining us today and I know we're gonna have a lot of listeners going to buy your cookbook.  Chanie Apfelbaum: Thank you for having me.  

Seforimchatter
With R' Moshe Maimon discussing the Legacy Judaica auction 11 catalogue

Seforimchatter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2023 87:22


#194.** Sponsored by Legacy Judaica**** The auction will be Sunday April 23rd at 1PM. Bid here: bit.ly/3GLi645 or attend in-person at Estreia, 978 River Ave, Lakewood, NJ 08701**With R' Moshe Maimon discussing the Legacy Judaica auction 11 catalogue and the many items contained therein. We discussed a number of the items, while discussing  the historical significance of the items and various tidbits of information. We also made mention of newer editions of some of the items and the like.To see the catalogue and bid on items (make to register first): bit.ly/3GLi645To see and bid on the Meir Tehillos: bit.ly/3UGN0QXTo see and bid on the Nachlas Avos: bit.ly/41fehMLTo see and bid on the Venice 1523 Talmud Yerushalmi: bit.ly/3L9ZUDXTo see and bid on the 1st edition Chafetz Chaim: bit.ly/3L6Mf09To see and bid on the Kiryas Sefer of the Meiri: bit.ly/41yAVztTo see and bid on the Cherem on mixed dancing: bit.ly/3KITt9iTo see and bid on the Dvar Shmuel: bit.ly/43J9DbBTo see and bid on the Luchos Eidus of Rav Yehonoson Eybeschutz: bit.ly/3A7wi3KTo see and bid on the Magen V'Tzinah: bit.ly/43EnIXHTo see and bid on the Yosef Tikva regarding machine matzos: bit.ly/41hbRwWTo see and bid on the forged Yerushalmi Kodshim: bit.ly/43CHpitTo see and bid on the Sidrei Taharos: bit.ly/3A3oBeSTo see and bid on the 1st edition Zera Shimshon: bit.ly/3GSB2hrTo see and bid on the letter of Rav Shlomo Zalman:  bit.ly/3MMpOPeTo see and bid on the Baal Shem Tov letter from the Kherson Geniza: bit.ly/3oob3ryTo see and bid on the Aderes letter regarding the Maharil Diskin Seforim: bit.ly/3KN5KK0To see and bid on the Jerusalem Municipality tax letter to the Brisker Rav: bit.ly/3MPs1ta

Rabino Ilan - Oficial
Quer viver melhor? Conheça a Visão Futurista Judaica

Rabino Ilan - Oficial

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2023 20:12


Final Pessach 5783 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rabino-ilan/support

Debate da Super Manhã
O significado da Páscoa em diferentes religiões

Debate da Super Manhã

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2023 53:22


Debate da Super Manhã: A Páscoa é renascimento. É vida. Para os cristãos, a Páscoa é uma das festividades mais importantes porque representa a ressurreição de Jesus Cristo, o filho de Deus. Mas há entendimentos diferentes sobre a data em algumas religiões. Independentemente da interpretação, a Páscoa é uma celebração presente em calendários ao redor do mundo. Ela ocorre 40 dias após a quarta-feira de cinzas, ou seja, separando o Carnaval da Quaresma. Mas como outras religiões, a não ser a católica, fazem a contagem para a Páscoa? E como celebram a data? Há troca de chocolates e o coelho é uma figura presente? No debate desta quinta-feira (06), a comunicadora Natalia Ribeiro conversa com representantes de duas religiões e um pesquisador a fim de explicar o significada da Páscoa em diferentes culturas. Participam, o Pároco da igreja Nossa Senhora da Piedade, Padre Francisco Caetano, o Clérigo Anglicano, Mestre em Ciências da Religião, Reverendo Maurício Amazonas, e o Professor de História Judaica e coordenador de Comunicação da Federação Israelita de Pernambuco (Fipe), Jáder Tachlitsky.

bitcoinheiros
Bitcoin, a Festa da Liberdade - Reprises de 2018-19

bitcoinheiros

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2023 151:52


Acompanhe esta reprise especial da Páscoa Judaica, uma festa que celebra a Liberdade, com vídeos dos bitcoinheiros do final de 2018 e início de 2019, os primeiros meses do canal. Vídeos neste Medley Klezmer: 00:00 Mas e se proibirem o Bitcoin - Dez de 2018 https://youtu.be/k_MFgKn61-M 55:18 O Bitcoin irá destruir o planeta(?) - Nov de 2018 https://youtu.be/m5QF6Wupheo 01:32:45 Como ficar rico com Blockchain - Jan de 2019 https://youtu.be/P_TzEhb82FQ 01:53:35 Bitcoin e Religião - Abr de 2019 https://youtu.be/8FqdVj1oR9U Preparado no bloco 783737 ________________ APOIE O CANAL https://bitcoinheiros.com/apoie/ ⚡ln@pay.bitcoinheiros.com Loja dos Bitcoinheiros https://loja.bitcoinheiros.com/ Escute no Fountain Podcasts (https://fountain.fm/join-fountain) para receber e enviar satoshinhos no modelo Value4Value SIGA OS BITCOINHEIROS: Site: https://www.bitcoinheiros.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/bitcoinheiros Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bitcoinheiros Allan - https://www.twitter.com/allanraicher Dov - https://twitter.com/bitdov Becas - https://twitter.com/bksbk6 Ivan - https://twitter.com/bitofsilence Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bitcoinheiros Facebook: https://www.fb.com/bitcoinheiros Podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinheiros COMO GUARDAR SEUS BITCOINS? Bitcoinheiros recomendam o uso de carteiras Multisig com Hardware Wallets de diferentes fabricantes ou próprias. Para ver as carteiras de hardware que recomendamos, acesse https://www.bitcoinheiros.com/carteiras Veja os descontos e clique nos links de afiliados para ajudar o canal Por exemplo, para a COLDCARD - https://store.coinkite.com/promo/bitcoinheiros Com o código "bitcoinheiros" você ganha 5% de desconto na ColdCard Playlist "Canivete Suíço Bitcoinheiro" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgcVYwONyxmg-KH5bwzMU4sdyMbVMPqwb Playlist "Carteiras Multisig de Bitcoin" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgcVYwONyxmi74PiIUSnGieNIPqmtmdjW ISENÇÃO DE RESPONSABILIDADE: Este conteúdo foi preparado para fins meramente informativos. NÃO é uma recomendação financeira nem de investimento. As opiniões apresentadas são apenas opiniões. Faça sua própria pesquisa. Não nos responsabilizamos por qualquer decisão de investimento que você tomar ou ação que você executar inspirada em nossos vídeos. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bitcoinheiros/message

The CJN Daily
Is it OK if your seder plate is made in China?

The CJN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2023 19:57


As Jewish people around the world sit down for Passover seders this week, they may be using treasured ritual objects such as seder plates and wine goblets. But taking a more careful look at the tableware might reveal these items were made not by Jews, but rather in factories in industrial cities in China or India. These plants churn out orders of kippot, mezzuzot, Stars of David necklaces—and definitely the finger puppets kids use to count the 10 plagues. This outsourcing of Judaica to Southeast Asia or the Far East has become a common phenomenon, even while some independent gift store owners in Canada and around the world, try to support original Jewish artists as best as they can, while also selling the mass produced products. Does it matter where your Judaica comes from? Does it make your grandfather's tallit or a cherished kiddush cup any less meaningful if it isn't made by Jews? On today's The CJN Daily, we hear from the owner of Israel's The Judaica Centre in Thornhill, Jodi Segal, along with Judaica artist and scholar David Tzvi Kalman with the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. What we talked about Find Judaica products from Canada, Israel, China and India at Israel's The Judaica Centre Browse David Zvi Kalman's Haggadah products on his website Print-O-Craft Press.com Meet the Canadian inventors of the “Kosher Lamp” and other Judaica products in, The CJN. Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Zachary Kauffman is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To subscribe to this podcast, please watch this video. Donate to The CJN and receive a charitable tax receipt by clicking here. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Loucos por Biografias
MOISÉS: Da Realeza à Humildade - "A Jornada do Profeta que Libertou um Povo"!

Loucos por Biografias

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2023 7:01


Apoie este projeto - catarse.me/loucosporbiografias Moisés que ocupa lugar de destaque tanto no cristianismo quanto no judaísmo. De acordo com a Bíblia e a tradição judaico-cristã-islâmica, Deus realizou diversos milagres através de Moisés após uma Teofania. Libertou o povo de Israel da escravidão no Antigo Egito, instituindo assim a Páscoa Judaica. Depois guiou o seu povo em um êxodo pelo deserto durante quarenta anos, que se iniciou com a famosa passagem em que Deus, através de seu servo Moisés, abre o Mar Vermelho para possibilitar a travessia segura dos filhos de Israel. Ainda segundo a Bíblia, recebeu no alto do Monte Sinai as Tábuas da Lei de Deus, contendo os Dez Mandamentos. Toda a vida de Moisés – seus atos, seus feitos, suas leis – é relatada em quatro livros da Bíblia: Êxodo, Levítico, Números e Deuteronômio, que somados ao Gênesis formam o Pentateuco são o princípio do Antigo Testamento da Bíblia cristã. Esses livros — Gênesis, Êxodo, Levítico, Números e Deuteronômio são os cinco livros que formam a Torá livro sagrado dos judeus."Moises é considerado o líder o líder que orienta, que organiza, que dá os rumos de toda a tradição judaica e de todo o povo de Israel."Toda semana, em cada sinagoga do mundo, o ritual judaico inclui a leitura da lei de Moisés, o Pentateuco, a Torá". Na Torá, tem-se o fundamento de todas as leis, os costumes, que vão sendo interpretados de geração a geração e que balizam a vida judaica de um modo geral. Essa é a nossa história de hoje. Se você gostou deixe seu like, seu comentário, compartilhe essa biografia com outras pessoas. Vamos incentivar a cultura em nosso pais. Até a próxima história! (Tania Barros) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loucosporbiografias/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loucosporbiografias/support

The CJN Daily
Does your Passover haggadah need an update? This author thinks so

The CJN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2023 17:31


As Jews around the world prepare for Passover, beginning April 5, one retired teacher is proposing a new way to welcome young people into the Seder ritual. Pearl Richman is particularly concerned that many traditional haggadot books start the reciting of the Passover story by referring to four types of curious children: wise, evil, simple and the child who doesn't know how to ask. Richman and her family have created two new haggadot that use more modern, inclusive and accepting language, designed for modern families. They honour refugees, children murdered in the Holocaust, terror victims in Israel and Jews who identify as LGBTQ, like Richman's own daughter, Maxie. After their original haggadah rewrite for adults in 2019, Maxie, a Jewish school teacher in Toronto, helped co-write a kids' version of the inclusive haggadah, called Hug-it-Out. Richman's collection of made-in-Canada Passover items are being sold at Jewish museums and retailers around North America (and are featured in The CJN's new glossy magazine, coming out for Passover). Richman joins The CJN Daily to explain how her 94-year old mother inspired them to jump into the Judaica business. What we talked about Learn more about Pearl Richman's Judaica collection The Haggadah Collective Read why Pearl and her daughter Maxie wrote their Haggadah for kids, in The CJN Sign up for the Murray Foltyn bone marrow swab to save his life with Ezer Mitzion. Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Zachary Kauffman is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To subscribe to this podcast, please watch this video. Donate to The CJN and receive a charitable tax receipt by clicking here. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

All Of It
A New Exhibition Presents a Multigenerational Saga of a Wealthy Jewish Family

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 21:25


Over 120 works at The Jewish Museum—paintings, Chinese art, illuminated manuscripts, and Judaica unveil the story of a Jewish family's pioneering role in trade, art collecting, architectural patronage, and civic engagement from the early 19th century through World War II. The new exhibition is titled, 'The Sassoons.' Co-curators Claudia Nahson and Esther da Costa Meyer join us to talk about the show on display through Aug. 13.  *This segment is guest-hosted by Kerry Nolan*

Unorthodox
Sesame Shtisel: Ep. 354

Unorthodox

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 72:49


This week on Unorthodox, are the Muppets Jewish?  Our Jew of the Week is Ruth Markel, whose son, Dan Markel, was murdered in 2014 (the case is featured on the first season of the podcast Over My Dead Body). She joined us to discuss the book she's written about dealing with the trauma of losing a son to murder, as well as becoming an activist against grandparent alienation.  Our Gentile of the Week is comedian Zarna Garg, who tells us how her experience as an Indian immigrant influences her comedy, as well as the role of funny Jewish moms in her comedy journey.  Her question for the hosts is a spicy one: how do Jewish parents feel about their kids dating outside the religion?  We love to hear from you! Send us emails and voice memos at unorthodox@tabletmag.com, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you're calling from.  Merch alert! Check out our new Unorthodox tees, mugs, and hoodies at tabletstudios.com.  We're back on the road! Find out about our upcoming events at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. To book us for a live show or event, email Tanya Singer at tsinger@tabletmag.com. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. SPONSOR: The Sassoons, now on view at the Jewish Museum, reveals the fascinating story of a remarkable Jewish family. Explore a rich selection of artwork collected by family members over time, including portraits by John Singer Sargent, illuminated manuscripts, and rare Judaica. Learn more at thejewishmuseum.org. 

Rabino Eliahu Stiefelmann
A HERANÇA JUDAICA - AMOR A D'US. TANYA CAP. 18

Rabino Eliahu Stiefelmann

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 38:54


A HERANÇA JUDAICA - AMOR A D'US TANYA CAP 18 GPS PARA A ALMA CAP 12 Como todos os judeus são como filhos de D'us, eles naturalmante O amam, e estão prontos a se anular diante Dele e dispostos a se sacrificar para santificar Seu Nome.

Inspiration for the Nation with Yaakov Langer
Rabbi Benjamin Blech: Finding The Jewish Treasure in the Vatican

Inspiration for the Nation with Yaakov Langer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2023 74:59


Rabbi Blech's accomplishments extend beyond his numerous books and impressive academic career. He has been recognized for his influence and contributions to the Jewish community, both nationally and internationally. In a national survey conducted by Jewsweek.com, Rabbi Blech was ranked #16 in a listing of the 50 most influential Jews in America.   Rabbi Blech's impact on the community extends beyond his leadership roles. He has hosted a popular weekly radio program in New York and has written for publications such as Newsweek, The New York Times, and Newsday. He has also made appearances on national television, including the Oprah Winfrey Show.   One of Rabbi Blech's most significant achievements was his role in securing the loan of precious Jewish manuscripts for exhibition in Israel after a personal meeting with the late Pope John Paul II.   He is currently involved in further negotiations for the return of precious Judaica held by the Vatican, which may prove to be of historic significance (The Rambam's seforim!).   A tenth-generation rabbi, Rabbi Blech is a Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University and was the Rav of Young Israel of Oceanside for many years.   In this week's episode, Rabbi Blech tells us about how The Lubavitch Rebbe made him a secret agent chabad Rabbi, his incredible stories with the Pope, how they found some of the missing items from the Beis Hamikdash and so much more.   Get his New York Time's Best Seller book here: https://bit.ly/3TmKz5p   ____________________________________ ✬ SPONSOR OF THIS EPISODE ✬ ____________________________________   ▶ Join The SIMCHATIME Revolution   Do an act of kindness every day. Go out of your way. Discuss it during "SimchaTime" at your Shabbos table. It's time to bring more simcha into this world.    Look here: https://www.SimchaTime.org   In memory of: Simcha Berel Dovid ben Avraham Moshe   Sponsored by Marc Belsky Ltd ____________________________________ ▶ Your Next Podcast: UNRESTRICTED!   Join Steve Savitsky the president of Bnai Zion on his new podcast: Unrestricted.   Steve's interviews noted public figures that have returned to a more private life, sharing stories, lessons learned, and the values and ideas that kept them loyal to their missions.   Listen here: https://www.timesofisrael.com/topic/unrestricted/ or here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5TSSQffc73Z25LOKBOVnh0   ____________________________________ ▶ Your Health is Your Greatest Investment.   Thanks to our friends at JOWMA for the incredible health resources provided for our community.   There's no reason in 2023 that you need to be in the dark. And some of the most talented doctors and healthcare professionals in our community are here to help!   Go listen to the JOWMA podcast here: https://plinkhq.com/i/1500215343?to=page   And call their hotline 24/6 at 929-4-GEZUNT Find out more here: https://jowma.org/    ____________________________________ This episode is in memory of: • Shimon Dovid ben Yaakov Shloima • Miriam Sarah bas Yaakov Moshe • Simcha Berel Dovid ben Avraham Moshe   Our free call-in-to-listen feature is here: • USA: (712) 432-3489 • UK: 0333-366-0154 • ISRAEL: 079-579-5088   Follow us on social media for more content: • TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@livinglchaim • IG - https://www.instagram.com/livinglchaim/ • FB - https://www.facebook.com/livinglchaim • LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/living-lchaim • Website - https://www.livinglchaim.com/   Have a specific question? email us hi@livinglchaim.com WhatsApp us feedback and get first access to episodes: 914-222-5513   If you are interested in sponsoring an episode in memory or refuah shilama of a loved one, please send an email to hi@livinglchaim.com   Lchaim.

Unorthodox
Bunny Business: Ep. 353

Unorthodox

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 59:55


This week on Unorthodox, we're going down the rabbit hole.  Our Jew of the Week is Hen Mazzig, who joined us to talk about fighting antisemitism online, as well as his new book, The Wrong Kind of Jew: a Mizrahi Manifesto. Our Gentile of the Week is Gabriel Said Reynolds, who teaches theology at Notre Dame and runs a popular YouTube channel called Exploring the Quran and the Bible.  We love to hear from you! Send us emails and voice memos at unorthodox@tabletmag.com, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you're calling from.  Merch alert! Check out our new Unorthodox tees, mugs, and hoodies at tabletstudios.com.  We're back on the road! Find out about our upcoming events at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. To book us for a live show or event, email Tanya Singer at tsinger@tabletmag.com. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. SPONSOR: The Sassoons, now on view at the Jewish Museum, reveals the fascinating story of a remarkable Jewish family. Explore a rich selection of artwork collected by family members over time, including portraits by John Singer Sargent, illuminated manuscripts, and rare Judaica. Learn more at thejewishmuseum.org.  storymark is a podcast about leaders and the moments that make them. Each guest is leaving a unique mark on their industry and the world - and all are anchored by a connection to Israel. Learn more at storymarkpodcast.org.

Unorthodox
Tuning In: Ep. 352

Unorthodox

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2023 82:57


This week on Unorthodox, we're streaming History of the World, Part II. Our Jew of the Week is professor and Jewish comedy expert Jeremy Dauber, who joins us to talk about his new book, Mel Brooks: Disobedient Jew.  Our Gentile of the Week is actress Elisa Donovan, who tells us about acting in Clueless, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Beverly Hills, 90210, and about the experiences she writes about in her new book, Wake Me When You Leave: Love and Encouragement via Dreams from the Other Side. Her question for the hosts is what to give as a bar mitzvah gift. We love to hear from you! Send us emails and voice memos at unorthodox@tabletmag.com, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you're calling from.  Merch alert! Check out our new Unorthodox tees, mugs, and hoodies at tabletstudios.com.  We're back on the road! Find out about our upcoming events at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. To book us for a live show or event, email Tanya Singer at tsinger@tabletmag.com. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Sponsors: The Sassoons, now on view at the Jewish Museum, reveals the fascinating story of a remarkable Jewish family. Explore a rich selection of artwork collected by family members over time, including portraits by John Singer Sargent, illuminated manuscripts, and rare Judaica. Learn more at thejewishmuseum.org. 

E eu com isso?
#209 O lugar da mulher na comunidade judaica

E eu com isso?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2023 37:42


É complicado falar de Dia Internacional da Mulher sem cair em clichês. O que a gente insiste em dizer sempre é que não é um dia de comemoração, mas um dia de luta e de conscientização. E, não, a gente não falou disso o suficiente, o caminho ainda é longo. Hoje, a gente quer falar sobre ser mulher na comunidade judaica, o que mudou com a onda feminista que ganhou força em 2018 e o que ainda precisa mudar. Nossa convidada é Ruth Goldberg, diretora do Instituto Brasil-Israel e com passagens por diversas instituições da comunidade judaica, tanto como voluntária quanto como profissional, como Conib, Fisesp, Ary Max e outras. Apresentação: Anita Efraim e Amanda Hatzyrah.

Conexão Israel
#177 - Do Lado Esquerdo do Muro - Pogrom em Hawara, Violência nas Manifestações, Crise se Aprofunda

Conexão Israel

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2023 96:32


Ferveu! Pogrom em Vilarejo Palestino depois de atentado. Polícia usa bombas de efeito moral e gás lacrimogêneo para acabar com manifestação. Crise política se agrava conforme o governo vai promovendo suas políticas. Menu: Bloco 1 - Netanyahu veste a capa de incitador. - Delegação israelense vai à Acaba para negociar com os palestinos, sob moderação norte-americana. - Pogrom em Hawara: mais de 400 colonos incendiaram vilarejo palestino. Bloco 2 - Knesset aprova em primeira leitura a Lei de Pena de Morte para os terroristas. - Reações múltiplas do pogrom em Hawara. - Avi Maoz se demite do governo. Força Judaica e Judaísmo da Torá boicotam reunião do governo. Bloco 3 - Protestos gigantes na quarta causam distúrbios, e Polícia age com violência para romper bloqueios. - Netanyahu faz discurso comparando Tel-Aviv com Hawara. - Gantz anuncia que vai começar a dialogar com dois deputados do Likud. - Popularidade do governo despenca. Bloco do esporte com Nelson Burd. Episódio #177 do podcast "Do Lado Esquerdo do Muro", com Marcos Gorinstein e João Miragaya.

The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Kansas blocked Walgreens from selling abortion Kill Pill, Anglicans condemns Church of England's pro-homosexual stance, Hebrew Bible auctioning for $50 million

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2023


It's Wednesday, February 22nd, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldView.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark Chinese Communists claim tithes and offerings are “illegal” China Aid released its 2022 Annual Persecution Report last Monday. The Chinese Communist Party continues its persecution of churches and has introduced new methods as well. For example, house church leaders now face fraud charges. Authorities claim the tithes and offerings they receive are illegal. The government has also implemented strict regulations for online religious content to remove Christianity from the internet. Bob Fu with China Aid said, “Their goal is not only to curate a ‘socialist-friendly' church; they hope to erase it. The international community needs to know about these trends and developments as China continues to rise on the global stage.” Anglican Church condemns Church of England's pro-homosexual stance On Monday, the Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches released a statement in response to the Church of England's new blessing services for homosexual couples. Anglican leaders said the decision by the Church of England and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby forfeits their leadership role of the global Communion. The letter stated, “the Church of England has departed from the historic faith passed down from the Apostles.” The Global South Fellowship represents Anglican congregations across South America, Asia, and Africa.  In a 12-minute speech last week, Calvin Robinson, a deacon with the Free Church of England, called the Church of England to repent. ROBINSON: “You do not have the authority to bless sin. When I hear the Bishop of London, on record, saying these new prayers will mean priests can bless same-sex relationships, some of which may be sexual in nature, I hear the devil at work. Bishops are promoting the idea of sacramental sodomy. Let them be anathema. Repent!” Revelation 2:5 says, “Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent, and do the works you did at first. If not, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent.” British court acquitted two pro-life advocates of absurd charges Last Thursday, a British court acquitted two pro-life advocates of all charges. Police recently charged Isabel Vaughan-Spruce, the CEO of March for Life UK, and Sean Gough, a Catholic priest, for praying near abortion mills. Local authorities have established censorship zones around abortion mills. In the coming weeks, the U.K. Parliament will consider bringing such censorship zones to the whole country. After the recent ruling, Spruce said, “I'm glad I've been vindicated of any wrongdoing. But I should never have been arrested for my thoughts and treated like a criminal simply for silently praying on a public street.” Similarly, Gough said, “If the government imposes censorship zones around every abortion facility in the country, as they are considering doing with the Public Order Bill currently under discussion, who knows how many more people will stand trial, even face prison, for offering help, or for praying in their mind?” Isaiah 10:1-2 says, “Woe to those who decree iniquitous decrees, and the writers who keep writing oppression, to turn aside the needy from justice and to rob the poor of my people of their right, that widows may be their spoil, and that they may make the fatherless their prey!" Kansas blocked Walgreens from selling abortion Kill Pill In the United States, Kansas has kept the pharmacy chain Walgreens from selling the abortion Kill Pill in the state. After the Biden administration dropped certain regulations on abortion drugs, chains like Walgreens, CVS, and RiteAid announced, to their shame, they would be selling them. Kris Kobach, the state's Republican Attorney General, warned Walgreens that selling the drugs would violate state and federal law. On Monday, Walgreens responded by saying they would not be sending the abortion Kill Pill into Kansas. Kobach said, “This is a significant victory for the pro-life cause and for women's health.” Hebrew Bible auctioning for $50 million And finally, the oldest, most complete Hebrew Bible is going up for auction in May for $30 million to $50 million. It could become the most expensive historical document ever sold at auction. Known as the Codex Sassoon, the book dates back to the late 9th or early 10th century. It contains the 24 books of the Hebrew Bible with only 12 leaves missing. Sharon Liberman Mintz, a senior Judaica specialist at Sotheby's, said, “In Codex Sassoon, a monumental transformation in the history of the Hebrew Bible is revealed. The biblical text in book format marks a critical turning point in how we perceive the history of the Divine word across thousands of years and is a transformative witness to how the Hebrew Bible has influenced the pillars of civilization — art, culture, law, politics — for centuries.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Wednesday, February 22nd in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). And here, to close the broadcast, is my son Valor Tyndale, who just turned eight yesterday. Seize the day for Jesus Christ.

Rabino Ilan - Oficial
Meditação Judaica: "Os alicerces de uma vida equilibrada"

Rabino Ilan - Oficial

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 36:12


Construindo a minha estabilidade emocional e espiritual --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rabino-ilan/support

E eu com isso?
#203 Os traumas do Holocausto na comunidade judaica

E eu com isso?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 55:37


Dia 27 de janeiro é o dia instituído pela ONU como dia internacional em memória das vítimas do holocausto, um dia maiores genocídios da história, que ceifou a vida de milhões de judeus, LGBTs, entre outros grupos. Aqui no E eu com isso, já tivemos alguns episódios falando sobre o Holocausto e não sou poucas as menções em outros episódios. Mas quais são os impactos do ponto de vista da psicanálise de traumas tão profundos como esse? Nosso convidado é o professor e psicanalista Daniel Kupermann, que é Psicanalista, livre docente do IPUSP (Instituto de Psicologia da Universidade de São Paulo), Presidente do Grupo Brasileiro de Pesquisas Sándor Ferenczi. Apresentação: Anita Efraim e João Torquato.

Rabino Ilan - Oficial
2. Curso Meditação Judaica (Introdução II): "Da Terra ao 7o Céu"

Rabino Ilan - Oficial

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 30:41


Poder da imaginação e da música "Meditação em 8 níveis - aula II" --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rabino-ilan/support

How To LA
Exploring Fairfax: Where Hype Meets History

How To LA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:44


#52: For our first episode of 2023, HTLA is headed back to our roots: exploring LA's neighborhoods. This stop? Fairfax – one of the oldest AND newest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. From Canter's Deli and a handful of remaining Judaica stores, to RipNDip and Supreme, this is one of those neighborhoods that's got something for everyone. So join host Brian De Los Santos as HTLA listener Patrick Vukovich takes him on a tour of the district and its history. Guest: Patrick Vukovich, television producer and LAist listener.

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon
REPLAY: Overcoming Jewish impostor syndrome: Bringing Jewish Tradition to life with Micaela Ezra

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 63:20


Karen chats with illustrator, textile designer, and writer Micaela Ezra, founder of contemporary Judaica collection AHYIN, about growing your spirituality, overcoming Jewish impostor syndrome, and what it really means to build a Jewish home - and how to do it, whatever stage of life you're at. Micaela is an incredible role model when it comes to Jewish spirituality, and the way she constantly strives to find her own meaning in Judaism - for herself, and now for her family too - is guaranteed to inspire. You'll find out: - All about Micaela's Jewish upbringing in Australia - How she found meaning in Jewish tradition and deepened her spirituality after moving to NYC in her 20s - The dangers of mechanical Judaism - What kept her Jewishly grounded during her hectic days in the fashion industry - Building your own Jewish community - How an unconventional approach to Shabbat dinner became the cornerstone of her Jewish life - Overcoming Jewish impostor syndrome and finding your own place in Judaism - The importance of finding your own connection to Jewish traditions - Balancing tradition and individuality in Judaism - Nourishing her children's Jewish spirituality - Tapping into Torah wisdom to create a meaningful Jewish home - Becoming a spiritual anchor in your own life - The importance of “spiritual home decor” - Why you should seek out Judaica that sparks joy LINKS: Micaela's website http://www.micaelaezra.com   Micaela's Instagram http://instagram.com/micaela_ezra    AHYIN, Micaela's Judaica brand https://ahyinjudaica.com    Rabbi Simon Jacobson https://www.meaningfullife.com  Smashing Life, my community membership club for Jewish + Jew(ish) women https://smashinglife.club    Jewish Joy Journal - get a 10% discount with the code “JEWISHJOYPODCAST” https://jewishjoyjournal.com/ 

For the Love of Judaism
Judaism through Art

For the Love of Judaism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 33:16


Every few years, the United States Postal Service commissions an artist to create its Hanukkah postage stamp. This year, a new stamp was unveiled, designed by world-renowned Judaica artist, Jeanette Kuvin Oren. Jeanette's work can be seen at over 400 Synagogues, community centers, schools and camps everywhere from Pittsburgh, to Miami, to Prague. This week, Jeanette sat down with Rabbi Pont to talk about her experience designing the postage stamp and her amazing 40 year career creating beautiful Judaica, which can be seen at http://www.kuvinoren.com.

The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery
Episode 114 - Two Cincinnati Rabbis and the Story of Hanukkah

The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 36:10


Hanukkah has become a part of the Jewish-American experience that was essentially brought about by two Rabbis who worked tirelessly during the mid 1800s to improve Jewish life and beliefs in America. Dianne and Jennie pay a virtual visit to Walnut Hills Jewish Cemetery in Evanston, Ohio where the graves of Rabbi Issac Mayer Wise and Rabbi Max Lilienthal are located. These two Ordinary Extraordinary men were instrumental in the Jewish Reform movement in the countries of their births, but even more so once they emigrated to American soil.  And it was through their efforts that Hanukkah became a more mainstream celebration within Jewish communities across the country. Resources used to research this episode include:Palmer, Joanne. "Chanukah in America ." https://www.google.com/amp/s/jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com. 22 Dec. 2016. www.google.com/amp/s/jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com/chanukah-in-america/amp/. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Brody, Seymour . "Isaac Mayer Wise ." https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org. 1 Jan. 1996. www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/isaac-mayer-wise. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Suess, Jeff. "Our history: Cincinnati rabbis to thank for popularizing Hanukkah ." https://www.cincinnati.com. 7 Dec. 2018. www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2018/12/07/hanukkah-how-cincinnati-rabbis-popularized-jewish-holiday/2222127002/. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Judaica, Encyclopedia. "Max Lilienthal ." https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org. 1 Jan. 2008. www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/lilienthal-max. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Central , History . "Max Lilienthal ." https://ohiohistorycentral.org. ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Max_Lilienthal. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.John, Timothy . "Rabbi Max Lilienthal ." https://www.findagrave.com. 15 Apr. 2020. www.findagrave.com/memorial/181225331/max-lilienthal. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022. "Walnut Hills Jewish Cemetery ." https://www.findagrave.com. www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2200619/walnut-hills-jewish-cemetery. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Guy, K. https://www.findagrave.com. 14 Mar. 2007. www.findagrave.com/memorial/18414795/isaac-mayer-wise. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Hackett-Silberman, Lou. "Talmud and Midrash ." https://www.britannica.com. www.britannica.com/topic/Talmud. Accessed 11 Dec. 2022.Hoguet, David. Cincinnati's Jewish History.Kolatch, Alfred J. The Jewish Book of Why. New York , Penguin Books, 2003.Photos of Rabbi Max Lilienthal & Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise are Public DomainPhoto of Rabbi Max Lilienthal grave site by Timothy John 4/15/2020 and posted to www.findagrave.comPhoto of Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise grave site by K. Guy 3/14/2007 and posted to www.findagrave.com

New England Weekend
Celebrating Hanukkah and Jewish Art at the MFA, and a Dangerous Price for Diabetics

New England Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 32:59


The Festival of Lights is coming up, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston will be filled with light, hope, cheer, and joy on Thursday, December 15th. That's because the Museum, in collaboration with the Jewish Arts Collaborative and Combined Jewish Philanthropies, is once again hosting their very special Hanukkah at the MFA event! Laura Mandel, the Executive Director of the Jewish Arts Collaborative, joins Nichole to share the details of the event, which is open to one and all. PLUS: Millions of diabetics are finding themselves in a no-win situation these days: pay for their insulin, or pay other critical bills, like heat or food. The skyrocketing cost of the critical diabetes drug is forcing many to cut back or go without completely, which can lead to dangerous consequences. Dr. Marie McDonnell, the Director of the Diabetes Program at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, breaks down what insulin is, why it's so imperative that diabetics have it, what's causing the price to rise so high, and what patients can do to get the medicine they need.

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon
Top 10 Gift Ideas for Hanukkah 2022

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:19


It's Hanukkah season, and Karen's rounded up her very favorite gift options for 2022. In this episode, she shares her picks for the season's best Hanukkah swag, blue-and-white Judaica, tasty treats, and more, with options to suit all styles and budgets - plus one non-tangible mindset gift Karen hopes we can all give ourselves this Festival of Lights!   LINKS:   Buy the Jewish Joy Journal - use Code JEWISHJOYPODCAST for 10% Discount https://jewishjoyjournal.com/    Your Jewish Life Hanukkah Party  http://yourjewishlife.co/hanukkah    Blue Glitter Dreidel Stud Earrings by Ariel Tidhar https://moderntribe.com/collections/hanukkah/products/dreidel-stud-earrings-blue-glitter-or-blue-mirror?aff=83    Challah Tray by Yaeli Vogel  https://yaelivogel.com/collections/all-arts/products/challah-board    Hanukkah Embossing Rolling Pin https://www.etsy.com/listing/748155475/happy-hanukkah-embossing-rolling-pin?utm_source=affiliate_window&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=uk_location_buyer&utm_content=180973&awc=6091_1667956486_a2cf912a5a021a715ccb6b0545495146    Jewish Joy Journal - Use Code JEWISHJOYPODCAST for 10% Discount https://jewishjoyjournal.com/    Mensch Baseball Cap https://shop.thejewishmuseum.org/black-on-black-mensch-baseball-cap-102919.html    Sugarfina Hanukkah Tasting Collection https://moderntribe.com/collections/hanukkah/products/eight-nights-of-delight?aff=83    Blue Dreidel Glass Tray by Arielle Zorger https://www.awin1.com/cread.php?awinmid=6091&awinaffid=180973&ued=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.etsy.com%2Flisting%2F1318037510%2Fblue-dreidels-glass-tray-hanukkah-tray    Salt and Pepper Shakers by Jonathan Adler https://contemporaryjudaica.co.uk/collections/chanukah/products/newport-salt-pepper-set-by-jonathan-adler    Hanukkah Headband by Lele Sadoughi https://www.lelesadoughi.com/collections/hr22-capsule-collection/products/https-www-lelesadoughi-com-fa-22-164    Smashing Life, my Jewish community https://smashinglife.club/

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon

Karen leads a tour of her new home, and all the things that make it Jewish - tangible and not. She and her family moved into their dream home this past summer, and as they continue to get settled in they're making sure to fill it with all the things that spark Jewish joy for them. Along the way, Karen addresses the question of what makes a Jewish home Jewish - and provides an important reminder that the Jewish items in your home don't need to be expensive to be meaningful! LINKS:   Ultimate checklist for everything you need in a Jewish home https://yourjewishlife.co/jewishhome    Karen on celebrating the High Holidays with children https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people/celebrating-rosh-hashanah-yom-kippur-kids/zqy8qyc    Smashing Life, my private Jewish community https://smashinglife.club/    Micaela Ezra's Judaica brand AHYIN https://ahyinjudaica.com/    PJ Library https://pjlibrary.org/home    Ariel Tidhar https://arieltidhar.com/    Smashing The Glass https://www.smashingtheglass.com/   

ALAN MULHERN: The Quest & Psychotherapy (Jungian Approach to Healing)
S3 Ep30 Respuesta a Job Parte 7. ¿Hay una explicación en la historia judaica y cristiana para la literatura apocalíptica?

ALAN MULHERN: The Quest & Psychotherapy (Jungian Approach to Healing)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 29:50


En este episodio queremos responder a las siguientes preguntas ¿Por qué no hay historia 'real' , sociología o ciencia política en el libro? ¿Qué explicación histórica podría ofrecerse para la literatura apocalíptica? ¿Por qué la interpretación de Jung es atípica? Como La teoría de la evolución cambia todos los estudios bíblicos, incluido la Respuesta a Job. ¿Cómo puede Dios ser la totalidad y al mismo tiempo ser un componente específico del inconsciente? Además, en el episodio de hoy contamos un sueño notable que Jung tuvo en 1920 en su visita al norte de África. Su interpretación del sueño es fascinante e ilustra material importante en la Respuesta a Job.

Dennis Prager podcasts
What's My Line?

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 75:51 Very Popular


On Labor Day, Dennis asks people what they do for a living. Callers include a baker, a fitness pro, a laptop part company entrepreneur, a nutritional consultant, and antique Judaica dealer, a perfusionist, the guy who sells coupons on the back of you receipts, a personalized wine box maker, a retirement planner, a computer access controller, a homeschooler, a motorcycle critic, a dog daycare owner, a cabinet maker, a maintenance worker, a union organizer, a power grid engineer, a writer/illustrator of children's books, a motion picture/television art director, a technical specialist for the disabled, and a woman who makes teeth. Originally broadcast September 3, 2012.Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sis & Tell Podcast
The Ted Bundy of Dogs

Sis & Tell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 30:00


Alison and Amanda talk about the GOAT of tennis, finding joy in a Judaica store and  the fears of Facebook Marketplace. Sis & Tell, an award-winning weekly comedy podcast, is hosted by southern Jewish sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.

Jewish Latin Princess
273: Minisode — How to Elevate the Workplace

Jewish Latin Princess

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 21:22


B”H On today's Minisode, Yael speaks about how Jews can positively impact our environment in the workplace. You may also like | Puede que también te gusteFiesta de cumpleaños para niña de 7 añosEpisodio 51S: Yael Trusch, Cargando espejos y panderetasHow white is white?Judaica por Kate Spade New YorkChocolate Mousse Surprise || Mousse de Chocolate (Sorpresa) B”H On today's Minisode, Yael speaks about how Jews can positively impact our environment The post 273: Minisode — How to Elevate the Workplace appeared first on Jewish Latin Princess.

Gift Biz Unwrapped | Women Entrepreneurs | Bakers, Crafters, Makers | StartUp
380 – Flipping His Primary Focus from Rabbi to Jewelry Maker with Doug Heifetz of Lost & Forged

Gift Biz Unwrapped | Women Entrepreneurs | Bakers, Crafters, Makers | StartUp

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 51:05 Transcription Available Very Popular


Life can take interesting turns. And sometimes, we end up in a https://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/ideas-for-creative-business/ (completely different place) than we thought we would. Today's guest is a perfect example. Although he started out as a professional rabbi, he now is a full-time jewelry maker! And you're going to love hearing his journey because it is such a perfect case study on https://suemonhait.lpages.co/makers-mba-program (starting and growing a handmade product business)! Doug creates his artwork to celebrate surprising transformations and to make upcycling irresistible. Through his small studio operation, Lost & Forged, he offers a wide range of original jewelry, accessories, Judaica items, and decor pieces, all made by hand from antique silverware and other reclaimed metal objects. He began his artistic work in 2015. Since then, Doug has shipped his pieces to buyers in dozens of countries overseas and all 50 US states. Doug lives in Silver Spring, Maryland with his two children. He was the full-time rabbi of a local synagogue for 11 years but shifted his main professional focus to his artwork in 2017. The Journey From Rabbi to Jewelry Maker In this episode, you'll hear a perfect case study of starting and growing a handmade business: Identifying the products you will sell Validating an audience for your products The importance of https://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/how-a-blog-grows-your-product-based-business (blogging for sales and search visibility) How your blog and https://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/how-to-start-an-email-list (email list) can work together https://giftbizunwrapped.com/episodes/why-your-products-arent-selling (Selling) online and at shows A super clever way to get email list signups at shows Plus lots more! Tune in now to hear how to start and grow your unique handmade product business! Resources Mentioned https://lostandforged.com/collections/featured (Save 20% on one of Doug's spoon rings with code UNWRAPPED) (expires July 31, 2022) https://lostandforged.com/blogs/news/introducing-the-lost-forged-mobile-boutique-spoon-rings-more-out-on-the-road (See Doug's unique mobile craft booth for shows) https://giftbizunwrapped.com/topics (Gift Biz Unwrapped Topics Directory) https://giftbizunwrapped.com/shop/ (Gift Biz Unwrapped Merch Shop) Doug's Contact Links https://lostandforged.com (Website) | https://www.facebook.com/lostandforged (Facebook) | https://www.instagram.com/lostandforged/ (Instagram) Join Our FREE Gift Biz Breeze Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/GiftBizBreeze (Become a Member of Gift Biz Breeze) If you found value in this podcast, make sure to subscribe so you automatically get the next episode downloaded for your convenience. Click on your preferred platform below to get started. Also, if you'd like to do me a huge favor - please leave a review. It helps other creators like you find the show and build their businesses too. You can do so right here: https://ratethispodcast.com/giftbizunwrapped (Rate This Podcast) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gift-biz-unwrapped/id986323267 (Apple Podcasts) | https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5naWZ0Yml6dW53cmFwcGVkLmNvbS9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Q=&inf_contact_key=f00b9b282a6156da6dc2e642eb167c2f680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 (Google Podcasts) | https://open.spotify.com/show/380HmeoVquMHRzOepaoF0s (Spotify) Thank you so much! Sue Know someone who needs to hear this episode? Click a button below to share it!

18Forty Podcast
Michelle Margolis: What Do Librarians Do? [Books 2/3]

18Forty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 83:51 Very Popular


In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to our favorite librarian, Michelle Margolis. Michelle is no stranger to the 18Forty Podcast — she was one of our first guests, and today, she returns to debut our new Show & Tale series, and talk with us about the role of a librarian and the hidden world of Judaica and rare books. Show & Tale is a new 18Forty video series that will take you inside some of the great libraries—both public and private—to explore books and treasures from Jewish history.Michelle Margolis is the Norman E. Alexander Librarian for Jewish Studies at Columbia University. We spoke with her at Columbia University's Rare Book & Manuscript Library, located in Butler Library.- Where's the best place to buy rare Jewish books?- Why would a siddur need to be politically correct?- Where should rare Judaica live? Tune in to hear a conversation about edible glue, fake ivory, and death masks. Interview begins at 15:04 Michelle Margolis is the Norman E. Alexander Librarian for Jewish Studies at Columbia University; co-director of Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place; and President of the Association of Jewish Libraries. Michelle is a favorite past guest at 18Forty and joins us to talk about the work of a librarian. References:Harry Potter by J.K. RowlingThe Story of Dovid Bashevkin by Meaningful People PodcastRav Kook: Mystic in a Time of Revolution by Yehudah MirskyGershom Scholem: Kabbalah and Counter-History by David BialePursuit of Heresy, Rabbi Moses Hagiz and the Sabbatian Controversy by Elisheva CarlebachPulp FictionMaking of a Gadol by Nathan Kamenetsky Columbia Hebrew ManuscriptsFootprints: Jewish Books Through Time and PlaceThe Sarajevo HaggadahThe Prince of the Press by Josh TeplitskyEncyclopedia of Jewish Book Cultures edited by Emil Schrijver The Hebrew Book in Early Italy edited by Joseph R. Hacker and Adam ShearA Sign and a Witness: 2,000 Years of Hebrew Books and Illuminated Manuscripts by William Gross, Orly Tzion, and Falk Wiesemann“Books Weeping for Someone to Visit and Admire Them: Jewish Library Culture in the United States, 1850–1910” by Robert Singerman“Top Five” by Dovid Bashevkin“Top 5 Stuff that Get Yeshiva Guys Into Jewish Studies”Between the Yeshiva World and Modern Orthodoxy: The Life and Works of Rabbi Jehiel Jacob Weinberg, 1884-1966 by Marc B. Shapiro“The Dual Role of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Chajes: Traditionalist and Maskil” by Bruria Hutner David “Rupture and Reconstruction” by Haym Soloveitchik“Facing the Truths of History” by Jacob J. SchacterLithuanian Yeshivas of the Nineteenth Century: Creating a Tradition of Learning by Shaul Stampfer Jew Vs Jew: The Struggle For The Soul of American Jewry by Samuel G. FreedmanAmerican Judaism: A History by Jonathan D. SarnaThe Shul without a Clock: Second Thoughts from a Rabbi's Notebook by Emanuel Feldman Tales Out of Shul: The Unorthodox Journal of an Orthodox Rabbi by Emanuel Feldman “The Haredim: A Defense” by Aharon RoseBy His Light: Character and Values in the Service of God by Aharon LichtensteinThe Book and the Sword: A Life of Learning in the Shadow of Destruction by David Weiss Halivni

The Promised Podcast
The “Let's Get Together & Feel Alright!” Edition

The Promised Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 89:34 Very Popular


Miriam Herschlag, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Hear the Extra-Special, Special Extra Segment on Patreon   —Biden' Time— What is US President Joe Biden's visit to Israel much ado about, nothin' or sumpin'? —New Blue, or the Great White Hope— What do you get when a centrist party and a right wing party merge? —Judaica mens in corpore Judaico— Isn't it weird that there are Jewish Olympics, by Jews, of Jews and for Jews? —Why Haven't Death and Bereavement Notices Changed in 100 Years?— For our most unreasonably generous Patreon supporters, in our extra-special, special extra discussion: Death and bereavement notices – the little signs that get printed up and hung around the neighborhood when someone dies, and on the door of the people sitting shiva – haven't changed a bit in a hundred years. Why? What accounts for the remarkable stability of this small-but-really-important cultural artifact? All this and Nunu!

The Bowery Boys: New York City History
#383 The Temple on Fifth Avenue

The Bowery Boys: New York City History

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 45:00


Temple Emanu-El, home to New York's first Reform Jewish congregation and the largest synagogue in the city, sits on the spot of Mrs. Caroline Astor's former Gilded Age mansion. Out with the old, in with the new.The synagogue shimmers with Jazz Age style from vibrant stained-glass windows to its Art Deco tiles and mosaics. When its doors opened in 1929, the congregation was making a very powerful statement. New York's Jewish community had arrived.This story begins on the Lower East Side with the first major arrival of German immigrants in the 1830s. New Jewish congregations splintered from old ones, inspired by the Reform movement from Europe and the possibilities of life in America.Congregation Emanu-El grew rapidly, moving from the Lower East Side to Fifth Avenue in 1868. Their beautiful new synagogue reflected the prosperity of its congregants who were nonetheless excluded from mainstream (Christian oriented, old moneyed) high society.Why did they move to the spot of the old Astor mansion? What does the current synagogue's architecture say about its congregation? And where in the sanctuary can you find a tribute to the congregation's Lower East Side roots?PLUS Greg visits Temple Emanu-El and chats with Mark Heutlinger, administration of the congregation, and Warren Klein of the Herbert and Eileen Bernard Museum of Judaica. FURTHER READING FURTHER READINGStephen Birmingham / Our CrowdStephen Birmingham / The Rest of UsMichael A. Meyer / Response to Modernity: A History of the Reform Movement in JudaismDeborah Dash Moore / Jewish New York: The Remarkable Story of a City and a PeopleMarc Lee Raphael / Judaism In AmericaSteven R. Weisman / The Chosen Wars: How Judaism Became An American ReligionThe Jewish Metropolis: New York City from the 17th Century to the 21st Century / Edited by Daniel SoyerFURTHER LISTENINGAfter listening to this week's episode on Temple Emanu-El, dive back into past episodes which intersect with his story:The Miracle on Eldridge Street: The Eldridge Street SynagogueWelcome to Yorkville: German Life on the Upper East SideThe Real Mrs. Astor: Ruler or Rebel?