You are never alone. Even in the darkest of times. In this week's talk, we look at how G-d finds ways to reach out to us even when we feel like He's not there.
Latkes are holy? Come on! You can't be serious! What about Jelly Donuts on Hanukah? Also, holy! Really?? Yes!! In this short talk (18 minutes) you will hear the connection between the manna that fell from heaven and the tradition of eating fried food on Chanukah. Happy Chanukah!!
How do you react when you come face to face with your own imperfection? Do you run? Do you take drugs? How you answer this question will shine a big light on the life you are leading now, and will continue to lead going forward. In this week's talk, we deal with our fallibility and how to deal with it.
Managing Expectations. It's one of the most important things in life. It's the gateway to happiness and humility in the deepest way. In this week's talk, we learn how to use this most precious tool.
Listen to this talk. It has an overview of life, creation, a discussion how G-d hides himself in science, psychology, an overview of the sun and moon, and the our battle against perfectionism. Tweet me @DavidSacks9
Jacob vs. Esau: The epic battle between brothers, between civilizations, and between approaches to life. In this week's talk, we look at the moment of Jacobs birth and what holding onto Esau's heel means on the deepest levels.
Sometimes I'm flying, sometimes I'm not. I can be shy, friendly, neither, both, good, bad, what is going on with me? The same that is going on with everyone. In this weeks talk, we look at all the different people we are and how to manage it.
The ABCs of Belief. In this weeks talk, we explore whether the universe is really random and what that means regarding ultimate truth, and G-d's goodness.
The first person had to persuaded to enter the Garden of Eden. This talk includes an overview of Monsters in Medieval Maps and what that tells us about how we relate to the unknown. Plus, an exploration of the exact moment the snake bit us.
The Torah teaches that Adam was approximately 150 feet tall! What does that mean? And how does that relate to all of us today? We also discuss why Hashem created the world in the first Parsha only to destroy it in the next.
How do we stay renewed? Stories from the holidays and new ideas on the beginning and end of the Torah!
Expectations are everything! That's why it's so important to understand what this world is. This means being in synch with the core rhythm of life. In this week's talk, we discuss ways to stay connected to what is most real.