Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Very interesting class on the role of illness and healing on the human body and the human soul and some fascinating perspectives on the importance of what is “normal” in today’s society and how that influences the correct health choices we make.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Very interesting class on the origins of why we eat and what is means physically and spiritually and how that compares to how the World “eats”. Also, the reasons from the Torah on why we are allowed to eat meat and also why we have the choice to be vegetarians. Great lecture for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Shares a clear explanation of the relationship of the body and the soul and why it matters on Yom Kippur and how this can aide us to do teshuva. Also, includes some interesting information on the five individual restrictions we observe on Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – In this !Short Clip! Rabbi Tatz explains how are circumstances and how we fulfill our potential according to those circumstances determines our standing NOT our comparison to others. This is a good lesson for adults, kids, and adults who take care of kids.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Shares one of the most concise and focused guides to preparing for Rosh Hoshana and getting the most of it as well. Often a unity of purpose helps one cut through the noise and confusion and allows real growth to come out. Great roadmap to start with!
Rabbi Akiva Tatz – What is life trying to teach us when it brings up ordeals. These ordeals and the material that show us how we can go beyond our imagined potential and exceed even our most lofty goals for ourself.
Does the Torah promote unity or separation…? – Parashat Ki Teitzei
Rabbi Alon Anava – Shares with us an aspect of the weekly Torah parasha of where Judaism stands on the concepts of unity and separation and when each one is required depending on the life circumstances and how this all relates to the weekly portion.
Fundamentals of Kabbalah and Chassidut – Attributes of Compassion & Principles of Faith 2
Avraham Arieh Trugman – This week we continued our new mini-series called: Attributes of Compassion and Principles of Faith. These classes are geared for this time of the year as we approach the month of Elul and Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In this class we discussed the Thirteen Principles of Faith of Maimonides and Nine Principles of Faith of Chassidut as taught by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Shares a great joke on this audio class, “A Greek philosopher went to the marketplace and came back to his students and said he was amazed of how many things there are out there that he doesn’t need….you should only want what you have and then you have what you want”. Listen to the class for Rabbi Tatz’s unique perspective on coveting.
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz – Shares a unique perspective that Shabbat is the goal not an inconvenience, it is our destination not a stopping point along the way, it is a glimpse of the World to come not an interuption to our daily lives. Shabbat is what to live for in the here and now – celebrated once a week – experience it now!