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How does the environment affect you? Rebbetzin Heller elaborates on the relationship between Jews and Non-Jews, Jews and converts and between people you like and dislike
Hanukkah: The Full Story Part 2 - Athens & Sparta
We all know the story of Hanukkah, the victory of the few over the many, and the miracle of the cruse of oil. In Part 2 we discuss Greece and Sparta and the rise of Alexander the Great and his relationship with the Jews.
What is wrong with intermarriage?
What is wrong with a jewish girl who choose to not be religious, marrying a nice non jewish boy? why does religion play a role in marriage, and why is it so discouraged?
Kosher Energy Work
Hi. I am interested in energy work and I was wondering if there is a “kosher” Way of doing energy work and if so, which books or courses would you recommend?
Can a person have improper thoughts and still be married?
What is benefits of studying mishna study or sponsoring to learn on your behalf?
What is Jewish Belief
Hi, I am a Christian. I am a born again believer. We love the Jews and we love Israel. Shalom. My question please is : Christians have two theological or doctrinal stances. Once saved always saved or that of; you can lose your salvation. What is your view on this? I thank you in anticipation. Kind regards
How can I be a better single parent ?
Intimate relations - Rosh Hashana
Are intimate relations permitted on the Day of Judgment? Can one be more pious and forgo it? What is permitted and what is forbidden and what is the especially righteous thing to do?
Question : I'm 15 years old and attend Bais Yaakov of Baltimeore. Do you have any suggestions of resources that deal with the following questions? thank you! 1.Is there 100% proof of God's existence or is there room for doubt?2. If there is 100% proof, how important is it to know and investigate and teach others the proof as opposed to believing without proof?4.About the opinion that G-d left room for doubt to allow free will: why is that neccesary?It's Possible to disregard reality(exsmoke though bad4u) Also, 5.how do we know it was really G-d's voice at Har Sinai- They were near mountains so maybe it was just wierd echos? 6.How do we know Moshe wasn't a cult leader? 7.Also we say you can't get people to believe in a mass revelation unless it actually happened but couldn't you introduce the story into a cult or something? What was the Torah that Hashem gave to Moshe- did it include events/actions that Moshe would do in the future? and if so how would that fit in with free choice?
How Should One Chose a Personal Rabbi?
What is the criteria for choosing a Rabbi to fulfill the Avos of "Aseh l'cha Rav?" Thank you.
too late for kids observance
dear rabbi, I am requesting a little advice in the jewish spiritual mode. I have a desire for something I can no longer have. while I know one cannot wish for what they do not have, while best to be thankful for what one does have, I remain with some discomfort and wondered if you can add some words of wisdom. I was raised reform with some conservative overtones. We kept kosher in the house unless having pepperoni on paper plates, and my mother lit the candles silently each week. we went to the type of hebrew school where little was learned and presented in our synagogue only twice a year and went to reform jewish camp for 8 weeks each summer. the only place we were permitted to travel outside of the country in college was to Israel so I did. and then I married a reform man who does not teach our children much, and raised my kids for the most part the exact same way. until one day I discovered there was so much more I do not know. so many customs and deeds I never learned. shabbat guests, giving to charity, the concept of mitzvot, etc. I only learned this in the past five years. but my family remains reform. my husband and son live on the golf course most days. my 17 year old son plays hockey, golf, basketball and snowboards, he takes honors and AP class, and works part time. my other son is in college living his dream making videos and flying drones. Everybody seems to have found their nitch and they seem generally happy with it. but nobody really cares much about being jewish. nobody has a relationship with hashem or studies or has any remote interest. It is not their fault, I married someone who was not interested and I also showed little interest at the time. I had to step back from pushing my new found views on my family so I could remember that they have beliefs as well. I have been told to just live my life and practice in a way that works for me and they will see this and make their own choices. but if only I had started to learn earlier, I could have given my kids jewish ideals. I feel guilty for not doing this. I feel fake sometimes talking about non holy, torah or shabbat. my son will actually avoid the challah on Friday to make his point that he has his own ideals. I suppose they take after me in this independent way. I want to give my kids more of a jewish life, but they are in college and on their way and I feel I have lost that chance. I also feel regret for not bringing my children up with jewish life and jewish school, but I cannot go back. how can I be the mother I want and give my kids a jewish life when it is too to give them the upbringing of torah?
How to Create a Relationship with G-d
How Can a Human Being “Become One” with G-d? What type of relationship are we supposed to have with Hashem? Read and discover
Immoralité, confiance et Messie
L'été approche et soudainement il y a un lien avec les parachiot à venir. Le rav nous parle de la femme sota, qui se trouve dans la paracha de Nasso.Il faut savoir tenir ses engagements, la preuve est, que la Torah est la même depuis la cration du monde. Abonnez-vous sur la chaîne YouTube pour une nouvelle vidéo tous les jeudis (quand il y a cours) : https://goo.gl/evbWsF Sans oublier le groupe Facebook, pour suivre les événements et pour les horaires des cours : https://goo.gl/7ZCJA9
EXCLU HIDABROOT : RETROUVEZ LE RESUME DU COURS HEBDOMADAIRE DU GAON RAV ITSHAK YOSSEF CHLITA
L'honneur des parents, relation belle-fille et belle-mère, don d'organe, passage au Mikve avant la prière... Un résumé exclusif délivré par Rav Yoel HATTAB, auteur du livre "arôme agréable".
G-d’s Involvement in Daily Life
In judaism does God interfere in everyday life does he answer our prayers?
Tsniout...la relation cachée avec Hachem
Voici un aspect de la fête de Pourim. Le rav parle du principe de rencontrer des miracles dans la vie, et les defini en plusieurs groupe. Il y a le miracle où la nature change, le miracle où la nature ne change pas, et le miracle où le miracle est invible. Pouvez-vous percevoir le côté miracle qu'il y a dans la chose?Abonnez-vous sur la chaîne YouTube pour une nouvelle vidéo tous les jeudis (quand il y a cours) : https://goo.gl/evbWsF Sans oublier le groupe Facebook, pour suivre les événements et pour les horaires des cours : https://goo.gl/7ZCJA9
Can One be Happy in Life if they Could have Done Better?
I would like to understand the following: in order for a person to be happy, he is meant to rejoice in his spiritual achievements, to be happy with the spiritual leve he is in now. If that is the case, how can a person continue growing, if at the same time he is meant to be happy with his present position? As an example, it always bothers me the when I daven with more little kavanah, and a lot of times I get upset when think about it. How am I supposed to be happy with the kavanah I had, if I know I could have done better? And if let's say I am happy, than how can I continue growing and working on my kavanah? Thank you
A Harmonious Marriage - What are the Odds?
It seems that the odds are heavily stacked against a serene and harmonious relationship between a husband and wife. However, shortly after mentioning the eizer kenegdo - the contrast, the Torah goes on to describe this attainable goal