Now we are free. But free to do what? In this week's talk, we discuss the Love / Freedom connection. How true freedom requires a plan, and the realization of that plan needs the exalted dimension of Oneness. If that doesn't make complete sense yet -- it will if you take a listen.
Practical Advice for Living with the Quarantine. In this week's talk, we talk about breaking habits, the truth about nature, and arrive at a working definition of what we really mean by the word "faith". Plus questions and answers from around the world.
A spiritual understanding of the virus. And a working definition of love.
How can you tell if you got the Torah at Mt. Sinai? The Baal Shem Tov reveals this amazing test. Plus some crazy stories from my trip to Buenos Aires.
Miracles fall into two categories: hidden and revealed. In this week's talk, we discuss the difference between the two, and how they actually are surprisingly similar. Miracles also play a key role in understanding how God manages the timing of events in our lives. Listen to this week's talk to get a deeper sense of why sometimes things go fast or slow for us and the world.
The Torah is Black Fire on White Fire. What does that mean, exactly? And how can we use it to unlock the mysteries of creation? Wow! In the week's talk, there is lots and lots to discuss. We also explore a treasure in this world from beyond -- the four pronged letter shin.
How do you keep a dream alive? How do you come back again and again even after your spirit is broken? Or, better put, how do you not get broken to begin with? In this week's talk, we create a program for continuous progress in the face of the harshness that sometimes life brings.
Why is the Book of Exodus called the Book of Names in the original Hebrew? How does that deepen our understanding, and what lessons does it teach us about our own lives? Also, a super cool new gematria contained in this week's talk!
My Trip to South Africa. Stories of being on a safari with wild animals and a run down of teaming up with God to complete creation. This is a big one!
Here's a mind blower: what if the events of our life aren't necessarily in chronological order? What does that even mean?? In this week's talk, we discover that the Torah is not always in chronological order, how we know that, and what that means for us in our own lives.
Sometimes you just know. Hashem's first word to us at Mt. Sinai was "Anochi", "I am". Wow. There are those who say that THAT'S ALL GOD SAID. But everything -- the entirety of the Torah was contained within that single phrase, "I am". In this week's talk, we explore how we knew how to believe if we were never commanded to, and we connect it to finding your soul mate with practical advice on that subject as well.