Hashem's world is a classroom. Today's Emuna Beam takes us to McDowell Peak in Arizona to see the amazing lessons in life we learn from the desert:
Salvadore Litvak, the ever-popular "Accidental Talmudist", interviews Rabbi Lazer in Los Angeles, in a fun and empowering exchange of ideas:
A parable about the power of loving your fellow human being...
The evil inclination tells a person that everybody else has a great life and only he or she has this major challenge in life. That's not true! Every one of us has some acute issue that we're forced to deal with, a major challenge in life. Today, we'll learn how to put it into proper perspective and deal with it capably and effectively.
What's going on with Israeli elections?
For those who don't know, Israelis return to the polls on Monday, March 2, 2020 for the third time in eleven months, for both the April, 2019 elections and the September, 2019 elections caught our country split apart and unable to form a stable majority government.
Elections in Israel are not only a heartache, but they're useless. Worse than useless, they're destructive. Why? I'll answer you with one of my metaphors: "Elections in Israel is like looking at ourselves through a broken mirror." Maybe you don't understand what I mean – today's podcast explains both the metaphor and what's going on in Israel today. Shavua Tov!
We're about to learn the two most important words in life - "thank you."
Today's podcast talks about gratitude on several of life's most significant levels: child-rearing, business and interpersonal relationships and marital relationships, among others. We also take a look at the two sides of gratitude - between man and fellow human, and between man and Hashem.
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