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Prayer

Will one more prayer make a difference? by Rabbi Moshe Pinto

Rabbi Moshe Pinto – Shares with us in this 8 1/2 minute video how the amount of prayers we need to say are unique to us individually. The example of this is in the Torah of Moshe Rabeinu praying 515 times to be allowed to enter the Land of Israel. Our prayers are heard.

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KLM: A Fresh Approach to Kavannah L’Mitzvot with Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit

Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit – Shows us that it is within our power to take a few small moments before doing a mitzva to acknowledge and think about Hashem’s presence before and during the process of doing a mitzva which leads to the magnfication of that mitzva for our benefit. Heightened awareness equals hightened spirituality which increase our connection to Hashem. Short video – about 12 minutes.

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Personal Growth

Every Descent is for the Sake of Ascent

Rabbi David Yisrael Kalmus – Great video about how we can access and release and divine sparks that are trapped via prayer, saying blessings, and helping another Jew. Rabbi Kalmus further explains how when you are called upon to help another Jew to run at the opportunity because it means your soul to attached to their soul and the divine sparks released benefit both (help others really means help yourself as well).

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The Jews

KLM – Jews and the News: The Good, The Bad and the Holy

Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit – Shares how we can watch the news for good and replace the helpless feelings of being a nervous and anxious bystander to instead empower ourselves individually and collectively as Jews by doing three mitzvot directly from the Torah itself (C.P.R. – Care, Prayer, Repair). We often say, “What can I do? I feel powerless and helpless.” This video gives us a great answer – do C.P.R. and please share it with others!

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synagogue

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac !Short Clips!

Shulchan Aruch, Din Makom Hara’oy L’hispalel v’Holeich BaDerech

In these three short videos, Rabbi Zajac explains one’s conduct in Shul (the Synagogue) both inside, on the way to, and/or when one is exempt from. It’s helpful to learn the sources of a lot of what we observe others do in and around shul attendance and to understand that those (sometimes “strange”) behaviors have sources that are based on spiritual foundations.

Why to pray in Shul specifically:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4103123/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9010a.htm

Shul attendance if you are sick or weak:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4103130/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9011b-12.htm

Running to Shul:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4108924/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9013.htm

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Prayer

Q&A !Short Clip! – Why is there not more focus on tefilla in Yeshivas as we approach Mashiach times or otherwise?

Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz – Interesting discussion on why tefilla (prayer) is not emphasized in Yeshivas and why its sometimes viewed as a burden or inconvenience, instead of its primary importance as a life changing endeavor.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/h7C_XTc7_Js?start=1651&autoplay=1

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Jewish Holidays Prayer

Powerful secrets about Chanuka that will change your Chanuka experience completely

Rabbi Alon Anava – Continues this week’s Chanukah theme by sharing some deep secrets of how we can tap into the power of Chanukah and amplify the likelihood of our prayers being answered. The Rabbi gives us specific actionable guidance on how to approach lighting the candles to get the most out of the experience (instead of just going through the motions). Very helpful and interesting class.

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Prayer

Start Praying Before Difficulty

Rabbi Yaakov Altman – Shares with us a perspective I haven’t heard framed in quite this was – pre-emptive praying. Like the phrase an ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure – Rabbi Altman uses this in a spiritual sense (prayer). Worth a listen to hear this unique view.

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Personal Growth

Monday Double Feature – Rabbi David Kalmus – and building fences on YouTube

These two videos – one last week via Zoom only and yesterday’s video via live class in Jerusalem. The first one talks about the importance of speaking out our prayers loudly to better help our prayers come into actual fruition. The second video focuses on the power of our ratzon (our will) – the more we want something the greater chance we have to manifest it in our lives. Hope you enjoy them!

One of the above videos discusses the need to build fences to protect us from outside influences. One of those is protecting our eyes from immodesty when watching YouTube videos. To circumvent this I did some research on Google and found the following methodologies to limit what I see when watching YouTube videos and avoid seeing immodest things without my consent. I’ve decided to post it here for those that are interested to help comply with what is referenced by Rabbi Kalmus above. Please note these are not my technical inventions but just stuff I researched on Google (and are public knowledge):

Here is how you can make YouTube a safer place. The key is the ability to go directly to the channels you subscribe to ONLY. Here is how to do it:

For Desktop – make a bookmark using this link:
https://www.youtube.com/feed/subscriptions
120% screen zoom (which blocks out things you don’t want to see)

For Mobile – the app icon you should use:
Long press YouTube and then drag the subscriptions shortcut onto the home screen to make an icon! You can then edit the subscriptions icon to put the icon of the YouTube app.

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Personal Growth

When Surrounded By Darkness, Only the Truth Can Free You

Rabbi David Yisrael Kalmus – Shares with us how to use prayer to connect to Hashem and bring down from above what you are praying for into your physical being here. What we get and see here (in the physical) is a direct reflection of above (the spiritual).

Personal Thoughts – I like the Rabbi’s approach to explaining the relationship between physical and spiritual and the mirror between them.

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