Would is the task of a Jew in the world? What is the task of a Noahide in the world? Will the Noahides have a portion in the world to come? Who must learn the 7 Noahide Commandments? Let's get some answers:
A person's birthday is a time for self-assessment. What have I done and where am I going? What does it mean to be an independent Jewish nation? Let's ask ourselves some tough national questions and seek some answers:
Why do we count the Omer? If we are looking forward to Shavuot so much, why not count how many days left rather than how many days have transpired since Pesach? Enjoy this week's 40-minute emuna lesson, and we hope it will make your Omer so much more meaningful.
This is our final pre-Passover preparatory lesson for this year. Take a coffee break from your hard work and enjoy this shiur - hopefully, it will make your Seder night and Passover so much more meaningful.
Pharaoh was not a nice guy. He bathed in the blood of Jewish babies. He used them as mortar to build the pyramids. He was an enemy of Hashem and arch-oppressor of our people. People like him are still around today...
The "Dayenu" sonnet in the Passover Haggada has become over the centuries one of the most loved and well-known segments of the Haggada, which many people sing all year long. What's so special about it? Enjoy this week's emuna lesson, which will help us prepare both physically and spiritually for Passover, and have a wonderful new week!
The Gemara tells us that providing a person with his income and with his soulmate are two things that are more difficult than splitting the Red Sea. How can anything be difficult for Hashem? Have a wonderful new week and enjoy today's emuna lesson:
The Megilla of Esther that we read so joyfully on Purim is not a mere historical document from the past. It's a thrilling template for the Geula, the imminent redemption of our people. Enjoy this 32-minute emuna lesson, which is also a preparation lesson for Purim, and have a wonderful new week!