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Sponsored in honor of Yeshivas Ohr Somayach & HaRav Breitowitz shlit"a Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at https://ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? email@example.com Yeshivat Ohr Somayach located in the heart of Jerusalem, is an educational institution for young Jewish English-speaking men. We have a range of classes and programs designed for the intellectually curious and academically inclined - for those with no background in Jewish learning to those who are proficient in Gemara and other original source material. To find the perfect program for you, please visit our website https://ohr.edu/study_in_israel whatsapp us at https://bit.ly/OSREGISTER or call our placement specialist at 1-254-981-0133 today! Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomayach/videos 0:00 - Can we defeat our enemies before Moshiach? 2:00 - Do my motives/emotions effect my Mitzvos? 6:00 - What are are the major positions on Tzimzum? 10:00 - What to do about ego in davening? 18:00 - In terms of physical contact, what do we do regarding secular female family members? 27:00 - Concerns with the Mitzvah of shofar blowing? 30:00 - How do we approach potential false beliefs in Judaism? 35:00 - Can women take on positions of authority in Judaism? 43:00 - Why is there such a gulf between Haredim and the Modern Orthodox/Dati Leumi? 54:00 - How should we approach discrimination against arabs? 58:00 - Why does the Yeitzer HaRah return old problems to us over and over? 01:02:00 - Which way/sect to go for in Judaism? You can listen to this and many other Ohr Somayach programs by downloading our app, on Apple and Google Play, ohr.edu and all major podcast platforms. Visit us @ https://ohr.edu PRODUCED BY: CEDAR MEDIA STUDIOS
I was once pure and innocent, but I'm afraid I can't say that anymore. Why would He even want me?Good morning! A very gifted composer, Rabbi Hillel Paley, shared the following personal true story. A little over a year ago, there was a bus accident in which his son's bride of six months lost both of her legs. When she woke up from her coma, she had one question for her husband: "If you were to meet me after this accident without both of my legs, would you choose to marry me?" This question goes beyond what a lifetime of wisdom and study can prepare you for. It reveals who you truly are. He responded that if he had met her after the accident, it would have only affected you, and he wouldn't want to be a part of the story. However, because the accident happened after they were married, it didn't only happen to you; it happened to both of us. This is our shared challenge. Here's a beautiful prayer attributed to Rashi that says, "Love your bride, make a new covenant with her, and let her soul be precious in your eyes." This story reflects the meaning of the parable about the time we are in right now. The King comes to the field to see his people, even though they may see themselves as unworthy. The King chooses to visit because he loves each of his people. Similarly, G-d visits us in this month, despite our understanding of our own worthiness. Each of us has the permission and ability to greet the King and present our requests, and the King happily and lovingly grants them. May we all be blessed with the sweetest year ever, with the sweet feeling of the coming of Moshiach.Support the show
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: What do we learn from this time period – following Tisha B'Av? Chassidus applied to the 15th of Av What does this day teach us? What is the connection between the 15th of Av and Yom Kippur? Does it make a difference if we say Tu B'Av or Chamisha Asar B'av? Why is this day related to shidduchim? Why is it customary to start wishing each other kesiva v'chasima tova on the 15th of Av? In our times how do we fulfill the custom of young men and women meeting for shidduchim on this day? Why is this day called the “day that broke the axe”? What connection does that have to the meaning of the 15th of Av and to the additional Torah learning that begins on this day? What is the significance of cutting down a tree with the axe handle made of the very wood of the tree itself? If it takes the wood of a tree to cut down trees, how did they cut down the first tree? Post Tisha B'Av How do we address our children's disappointment that Moshiach has not come yet despite the different promises and signs? Since King Solomon build a hidden Holy of Holies to demonstrate that it never gets destroyed, why do we fast on Tisha B'Av? Why do we fast when eating is a way of placating the animal soul? Lessons from Eikev What is the general lesson from this week's portion? Does Eikev hint to ikvasa d'meshicha? What is the significance of the eikev (the heel)? How is the resurrection of the dead alluded to in this parsha? According to chassidus what is the significance of Israel being a land that flows with milk and honey? The Rebbe visiting summer camps Why did the Rebbe visit the camps? Why only a few times? What was his message to the campers? Any good stories that happened during these visits? Gimmel Tammuz follow-up: What does it mean that “tzaddikim never die”?
Welcome to a transformative journey of preparing your home and heart for the imminent arrival of Moshiach—the era of universal peace and healing. In this enlightening video, we delve into the profound significance of breaking intergenerational cycles and cleansing our family lines, setting the stage for a world of harmony and redemption.
On the 9th of Av Yishai and Malkah Fleisher sit on the floor and mourn the destroyed Temples and remember the destruction of Gush Katif with audio from that painful summer. Ben Bresky surveys the other calamities that befell the Jewish people on Tisha B'Av. Then, Rav Mike Feuer joins Yishai to deal with the split in Israeli society and search for signs of redemption. Plus: The Torah portion of VeEtchanan with the Ten Commandments and Shema Yisrael, and the secret of the birth of Moshiach on the very day of destruction.
SEASON 2023 EPISODE 29: On the 9th of Av Yishai and Malkah Fleisher sit on the floor and mourn the destroyed Temples and remember the destruction of Gush Katif with audio from that painful summer. Ben Bresky surveys the other calamities that befell the Jewish people on Tisha B'Av. Then, Rav Mike Feuer joins Yishai to deal with the split in Israeli society and search for signs of redemption. Plus: The Torah portion of VeEtchanan with the Ten Commandments and Shema Yisrael, and the secret of the birth of Moshiach on the very day of destruction.SPONSOR LINKS:The Israel Bible https://theisraelbible.com/Prohibition Pickle https://www.facebook.com/Prohibitionpickle/Hebron Fund https://hebronfund.org/The Jewish Press https://www.jewishpress.com/JNS https://www.jns.org/Kosher Cycle Tours http://www.KosherCycleTours.comPODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://yishaifleisher.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mIsdfU Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3oP2Reo4JYnfIJdDUrQS2c RSS: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1271258.rss YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/YishaiFleisherTV SUPPORT & CONNECT:Check out the sponsors above, it's the best way to support this podcastSupport on Givecloud: https://kumah.givecloud.co/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YishaiFleisherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yishaifleisherLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yishaifleisher/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YishaiFleisherSupport the show
The Rebbe explained on different occasions that many of the things we take for granted in today's day and age are really forerunners for Moshiach. For example, just as Moshiach will bring wealth and prosperity to the world, so too we in our generation are privileged to live with economic standards that our ancestors could only dream of.
This Tisha B'av, join Rabbi Breitowitz reading and explaining Kinnos followed by a day of Shiurim at ohr.edu Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at https://ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? firstname.lastname@example.org Yeshivat Ohr Somayach located in the heart of Jerusalem, is an educational institution for young Jewish English-speaking men. We have a range of classes and programs designed for the intellectually curious and academically inclined - for those with no background in Jewish learning to those who are proficient in Gemara and other original source material. To find the perfect program for you, please visit our website https://ohr.edu/study_in_israel whatsapp us at https://bit.ly/OSREGISTER or call our placement specialist at 1-254-981-0133 today! Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomayach/videos 00:00 A few questions about Reuven and Gad's request in Parshas Mattos. 05:02 Why do both 'mateh' and 'shevet' mean both 'staff' and 'tribe'? 11:42 If Moshiach would come during the 3 weeks, what haftaros would we read? 14:50 What are the parameters of tofel, and how might those apply to ice cream cones and other such foods? 21:48 If all the questions will be answered when Moshiach comes, what will be the purpose of learning Torah, and will there still be chiddushim? 26:39 Why does Tisha B'Av not have tachanun? 31:11 How do we tell the difference between halacha and hadracha? 38:30 Why do we try to name our children with matching English and Hebrew names? 46:30 Why does Rashi sometimes contradict himself? 50:59 How often should one check one's tefillin? 53:01 Why should tzadikim who have natural talents get more Olam Haba because of those talents? 1:00:43 How does one keep the inspiration one feels as a new baal teshuva as one delves deeper into the halachos and the standard Jewish world? 1:07:41 What is the argument, from both sides, on wrapping tefillin in the street? 1:12:31 Should one have his tefillin checked if they were bought before one paid close attention? 1:15:33 What should the relationship be between a Rav and a halachically well-versed individual? 1:19:19 Can a girl have a bar mitzvah? Can she have a bat mitzvah? 1:23:14 Should Jews boycott German products, particularly those brands associated with the Nazi Party? 1:30:30 How much does our free will affect the world at the expense of the power of God's plan? 1:35:20 Is it better, in order to become a well-rounded learner, to focus on gemara then branch out or to diversify one's learning? 1:40:26 How does one ration time for all his responsibilities? 1:42:39 What should one do with family or friends who disparage Judaism? 1:44:27 Should one cut ties with such family/friends? You can listen to this and many other Ohr Somayach programs by downloading our app, on Apple and Google Play, ohr.edu and all major podcast platforms. Visit us @ https://ohr.edu PRODUCED BY: CEDAR MEDIA STUDIOS
Parshas Devarim, we are one The Parsha Perspective is in honor of the Refuah Shlema of Ruchma Leah Bas Sarah. May all those who need experience a speedy and quick recovery with G-d's help. The Parsha Perspective is in loving memory of Leah Mintche Bas Ya'akov Yosef, Edward Ben Efraim, Shlomo Ben Edward, and Yirachmiel Daniel Ben Gedalia. May their souls be uplifted and their memories a blessing. Click here to listen, watch and connect! Parshaperspective.com This Shabbos has a unique name, "Shabbos Chazon - the Shabbos of vision." We read a special Haftorah beginning with the words "Chazon Yeshayahu - the vision of Yeshayahu." Yeshayahu prophesied both punishments for rebellion against G-d and the ultimate redemption with the coming of Moshiach! Our Parsha begins the last book of the Torah, Sefer Devarim, with just 37 days left to live, Moshe gathers the nation for his final address. We find out what he told his successor at the end of our Torah portion. We learn the necessity of unity within the community!
DEVARIM From a Passive Reader, To Being a Great Leader. Though in the scientific realm, knowledge is constantly evolving, in Judaism, the concept of "descent of the generations" emphasizes that while knowledge accumulates, the closeness to the Divine diminishes. This is seen as a paradox, as the darkness of exile seems to grow stronger as time passes, with fewer manifestations of the Divine presence. In the present generation, there is a noticeable absence of great visionaries and leaders. The passing of influential figures leaves a void that is difficult to fill, and it feels as though we are nearing the end of an era. How, then, do we insist that in our present generation, which is comparatively so low and far removed from the greats of the past, Moshiach will come?! This concept can be understood from the book of Devarim, which we begin studying this week. The book raises questions about the role of humans in relation to the Torah and Moshe's book being included as part of the Torah. The Chassidic explanation is that throughout history, power has passed from the Divine to the people, and from leaders to ordinary individuals. We are now in the final stage, where each person, even those on the periphery, is required to embody the qualities of Moshe, taking initiative, responsibility, and living a life of sanctity. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mendy-goldberg/support
Our life right now is not normal. A long time ago we forgot what life is supposed to be like. We forgot about what living a life of clarity means. Imagine, for a moment, a world without confusion, without doubt. We may not feel this acutely, but Hashem does. He feels our pain and is longing for our return. If you feel that the sorrow of Tisha B'Av is difficult to relate to, take the time now to ponder what we're living without and just how broken our world is. This Shmuz will bring home the relevance of this moment of reflection and mourning, and show us in practical application what we can do to bring Hashem into our lives once more.
Episode 81: Comedian and writer Mike Vecchione joins the AH"M crew and discusses his new special, 'The Attractives', the difference between 'filthy' vs. 'dirty', and Modi calls out some un-Moshiach like behavior. Follow Mike on Instagram at @comicmikev.For information about upcoming shows visit www.modilive.com.Follow Modi on Instagram at @modi_live.