We're delighted to announce that Pomeranz Booksellers of Jerusalem is now the new Israel home of Rabbi Lazer Brody books. Here's a page from their new Spring catalog:
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Probably the biggest blessing there can be is having enough, what you need and when you need it, no more and no less. This is the blessing of adequacy, and we'll learn all about it on the first of our exciting summer series of Zoom Lessons. Join us tomorrow on Zoom! Subscribe here to our newsletter and get your personal invitation and weekly link right to your email box!
Join us for tomorrow's Emuna Hour on Zoom! Due to the crashers, spammers and cyber hate-mongers lurking all over the place, we only send out links privately. To get the weekly link directly to your email box, subscribe to our newsletter, here: https://tinyletter.com/lazerbrody - looking forward to seeing you!
Ask anyone you like, Jewish or not, if they believe in God. Most people will answer in the affirmative. Now, ask one of the people who told you that they believe in God, what it means to believe in God. Few will give you a clear answer.
G-d willing, our new weekly classes on Zoom, entitled "Emuna Hour", will change all that. Join us on Zoom or own Facebook Live every Wednesday at 8:30 PM Israel Time. Here's your personal invitation:
Topic: Emuna Hour
Time: Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 08:30 PM Jerusalem / 1:30 PM NYC
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 865 7458 1688
FB live: facebook.com/lazerbrody or facebook.com/groups/22531953392
Let's begin to get some answers:
In times of super stress like now, where the pandemic is challenging a person's health, income and state of mind, it's so very important to set aside a weekly hour for the soul.
You're invited to a very special Succoth event with Shlomo Katz and Lazer Brody; here's all about, with beautiful music by Shlomo and exquisite views of the Land of Israel - Chag Sameach!
Who needs Netflix? Join us for our shiur today, live on Zoom and FB:
Zoom link📍https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3702757411 (password is 613)
🎥 Watch live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LighthouseProjectMiami/
Salvadore Litvak, the ever-popular "Accidental Talmudist", interviews Rabbi Lazer in Los Angeles, in a fun and empowering exchange of ideas: