Ethics Of Our Fathers: Chapter One
Starting after Passover, there is a custom to read a chapter of the “Ethics Of Our Fathers” every Shabbat up till Rosh Hashanah. Do you want to get rich fast? Are you looking for the key to wisdom? Then you have come to the right place.
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How To Land After You Fly
Join us Wednesday, May 4th at 8:15 PM streaming live or on-location in NYC for How To Land After You Fly, a workshop with Rabbi Simon Jacobson. The workshop will be available in our archives following the live-stream.
MYLIFE: CHASSIDUS APPLIED
The Winners of the 2016 My:Life Essay Contest Are...
After much anticipation the winners of the MyLife: Essay Contest 2016 have been announced! These essays were chosen by our expert panel of Judges from among hundreds of essay submissions. Every essay was evaluated anonymously by our Judges and held to the rigorous contest criteria. The top prize went to Nechama Dina Hendel of Jerusalem. Find out who else won, and read the winning essays!
SOUL & MYSTICAL
Your Guide To Personal Freedom: Week Two
Counting The Omer Week Two – Gevurah: Justice, Discipline, Restraint, Awe: If love (Chesed) is the bedrock of human expression, discipline (Gevurah) is the channel through which we express love. It gives our life and love direction and focus. Gevurah – discipline and measure – concentrates and directs our efforts, our love in the proper directions.
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With the mitzvah of counting the forty-nine days known as Sefirat Ha’Omer, the Torah invites us on a journey into the human psyche, into the soul. There are seven basic emotions that make up the spectrum of human experience. Each of the seven weeks between Passover and Shavuot is dedicated to examining and refining one of them.