To be created in G-d's image means to be a giver. How do we go from being receivers to becoming givers? By giving! In this week's talk, we discuss why G-d created the world, and go back again to the Garden of Eden to uncover new insights into the human condition.
So many people think that when we ate from the Tree of Knowledge, God punished us with death. But did you know that we ourselves created death? In this week's talk, we go back to the Garden of Eden to explore exactly what happened. It changes the narrative from viewing God as a threatening "tyrant" to an understanding God that loves us the most.
Going beyond the intellect with all it's limitations and reaching out and tasting the Torah with our hearts, but how does this process work?
What's the difference between a Rabbi and a Rebbe? A Rabbi teaches you something you don't know. A Rebbe puts you in touch with the deepest part of yourself. I learned this teaching from Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. In this week's talk, we lay out a series of teachings not so much to inform, but to show us how we can create an atmosphere in our lives and in our homes that will put us in touch with the deepest parts of ourselves and each other.
Gratitude is one of the biggest keys to happiness! But like everything else in life, gratitude is an art form that needs to be nourished and learned. In this week's talk, we discuss, how to REMAIN grateful for the gifts that we ALREADY have. Because most of life dwells right there. Enjoy!
Receiving the Torah and Living the Torah are two different things. In this week's talk, we teach how to LIVE it!! All the information in the world will only get you so far if you don't know how to apply it. Learn how not just to sing the song, but how to become the song itself!
Everything is infinite. Every moment is a miracle. In this talk, we track the light of heaven from highest place to its coming down on Mt. Sinai with the giving of the Torah. And we discuss the greatness of pop art and how it gives us a greater appreciation of the ordinary.
You know when your GPS tells you to go the OPPOSITE way? Do you trust it? That's important because we're all on a journey. In this week's talk, we look into how the wisdom of the Torah can guide us through the mysteries of this world.
The Torah is beautiful. Because it is infinite it can be accessed in so many ways including through art. In the shapes of the Hebrew letters we see the intersection of art and holiness. In this week's talk, though the lens of the Hebrew letters, we take a trip into the DNA of creation and travel from the Garden of Eden, to Mount Sinai, to the End of Days and the perfection of the world.
Fixing Mistakes is greater than Perfection. In this week's talk, we go deep into the role of free choice, destiny, and how the decisions we make influence how G-d works with us in terms of perfecting the world. Lots and lots in this one!
In this week's talk, we propose a simple question to ask yourself: do you think it's possible, that over time, human beings will understand everything? We explore both sides, and show how this one simple question can open up gates to the Infinite.
No one leaves this world with half their desires fulfilled. That's an amazing truth about our lives the Rabbis teach us, and in this week's talk, we explore what that really means, and how to turn lacking into the greatest blessing.