Rabbis Shlomo Katz, Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz delve into the meaning of the month of Elul. How do we move beyond our religious obligations and invite God into our lives? If Teshuva means return, what are returning to?The Land of Israel
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Join Rabbis Shlomo Katz and Ari Abramowitz live from the resting place of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, as they conclude their journey throughout the Ukraine, and discuss the secret of staying young.The Land of Israel
The week following the 9th day of Av is an emotionally triggered week. How do we move on in a world that still lacks the Holy Temple? In this week’s episode of The Soul of Israel Rabbi’s Shlomo Katz and Ari Abramowitz discuss the secrets of Jewish consolation.The Land of Israel
Did you ever see your father cry? Stop for a second.
As painful as that sight might be, tune into it. It’s one of the hardest things for any child to witness. Regardless of your current status of relationship with your parents. It doesn’t matter if it’s a love/love, love/hate or G-d forbid a hate/hate relationship. When you see your parent in pain, something happens to you, something you wish you could ignore but you simply can’t. It touches on the innermost private chamber of your being.
Whatever you might be going through, at that moment of seeing your father cry – you will do whatever it takes, at any cost, to make sure his tears stop.The Land of Israel
We are taught that everything we go through in our lives is found in the text of the weekly Torah portion. How fitting it is to finish reading the fourth book of the Torah, the book of Numbers, which reminds us of all the journeys we have walked, and continue to walk on. Rabbi Shlomo Katz and Ari Abramowitz discuss the question, how does one learn to walk the streets of the world?The Land of Israel
Rabbi Shlomo Katz along with Rabbi’s Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel discuss what we reveal when we allow ourselves to tap into the dreams that G-d has for everyone of us. We live with the ability to experience our destiny, as opposed to living a life with no specific direction. This gift is given to us through our connection to the Holy Land of Israel.The Land of Israel
In this uplifting episode, Rabbi Shlomo Katz is joined by Rabbi’s Ari Abramowitz & Jeremy Gimpel as they discuss how to live a life of meaning and make your mark for generations to come.The Land of Israel