Precepts and commandments in Judaism
Parashat Lekh Lekha with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 - Classical Commentators - Did Avraham Sin By Leaving Eretz Yisroel and Putting Sarah in Danger? #2 - Sparks of Chassidus - Why Was Avraham Chosen? An Inspiring Insight from the Sefas Emes #3 - Sparks of Mussar - Overcoming Life's Challenges #4 - Contemporary Commentators - What Does it Mean to be "Tamim"? A Fascinating Explanation from the Beis HaLevi #5 - Halacha from the Parsha - Is Conversion a Mitzvah?
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When it comes to hot topics, few rival the heat created by a discussion of the COVID-19 vaccine. As this miracle of modern medicine keeps hundreds of millions of people around the world safe from the devistation of serious illness, there are also millions of people who are hesitant to receive their shots.In this episode, Rabbi Pont will be joined by Dr. Marnie Rosenthal, an infectious disease specialist and front line hero of the past 18 months. Together they will to discuss the role of vaccines in our society and the unequivocal Jewish perspective on the necessity of being vaccinated.
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Jenna explores the special mitzvah of joy, which we have every day and especially on Sukkot, the "time of our rejoicing." She explains why happiness is an obligation we owe to ourselves, others, and G-d. Jenna shares the "happiness formula" given by our Torah sages and applies it to everyday life. Click here for all things Modern Jewish GirlSources:Gateway to Happiness by R' Zelig PliskinIt's All The Same To Me by R' Moshe Gersht
The halacha shmuz, this is the fundamental guide to the ins and outs of what exactly teshuva involves and how to make sure we get it right. Includes many practical examples on how to get the most out of this auspicious time.
What to look for when buying an Esrog? What's the minimum to be Yotzei and what's a Hiddur? What's the difference between the different types of Esrogim? What does the Hechsher on the Esrog box mean? And much more.... What to be careful about when making a Sukkah? What mats are Kosher for Schach? What to do if yout mat rolled up on Yom Tov? Can you go on a trip to a place that doesn't have a Sukkah? Is someone who's sleeping obligated in the Mitzvah of Sukkah? And much more.... with Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Charlop, Daled Minim Maven – 17:25 with Rabbi Shlomo Francis, Mechaber: The laws of Eruv, Sukkah expert – 38:00 מראי מקומות
Parshas Ki Tsavo, the intent of intention This week's Parsha Perspective is in loving memory of Edward Ben Efraim and Shlomo Ben Edward. As well as in honor of the Refuah Shlema of Shaul Ben Berta, Sasson Bezalel Ben Batia, Chana Bas Esther & Yirachmiel Daniel Ben Tova Basha. This week's Parsha Perspective is in honor of Eli Tzvi Edelshtain Bar Mitzvah. May he merit to be a G-d-fearing, and inspiring young Jewish man! This week's Parsha Perspective is in honor of the Bris of David Yechezkel. May he and his family be blessed with much health, happiness, and nachas! Click here to listen, watch and connect! Parshaperspective.com Our Parsha continues Moshe's final address to the Jewish people. He begins by teaching the laws applicable once the Jewish nation settles down in Israel. The first commandment is Bikurim, the Mitzvah of bringing the first fruits of each year's harvest to the Beis Hamikdash. This Mitzvah only applies to seven fruits and produce that Israel is known for wheat, barley, dates, figs, grapes, pomegranates, and olives. We find out why we must proclaim innocence to mistakes we probably did not do! We find out the true intent of intention!
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#89.With Rav Shnayor Burton discussing the Mitzvah of living in E'Y and his podcast series about it.We discuss his podcast series, why he decided to research and work on this topic, his sources, forthcoming book, and more. To listen to, "The Great Sources": https://anchor.fm/shnayor-burtonTo contact Rabbi Burton: Oros.firstname.lastname@example.org