This Erev Yom Kippur we speak with Rav Nachman Kahana about his thoughts in this new year and he explains how it's the Jews that choose to remain in exile's fault that we don't have a completely religious country today in Eretz Yisrael!
Natalie describes life under the current Corona lockdown and how she and her family are adjusting; Meet Rachel Berger, Director of Employment for Nefesh b'Nefesh (www.nbn.org.il/jobboard and on Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/nbnjobs) and hear how olim are pivoting their careers in Israel; Meet Janine Kutliroff, seriel entrepreneur originally from Ohio, who has successfully made her way in the business world in Israel
These are weird times - but we're making the best of it together!! First, Rav Mike Feuer on Moses' song in the Torah portion of Ha'azinu and the difference between Heaven and Earth - in mindset. Then, straight-talking Rabbi Steven Pruzansky on leaving his Teaneck synagogue of 26 years and finally making Aliyah - to a lockdown!!!
Orly talks to David Giles the Nominee for AZ CD9 at US Congress, about the impotence of the upcoming american election. They also talk about Trumps pick for Supreme Court Judge. Orly wants to wish you all a happy new year!
In this episode we sit down and discuss the fundamentals of Jewish wealth management, the risks one should be concerned about in this uncertain times storing your wealth in the exile, and finally a practical way to hedge in this new year against a possible financial downturn.
Natalie speaks about using this special time to appreciate what we have; speaks with newly arrived Oleh Moshe Dejman; and speaks with Zezy Fuld about the murder of his cousin Ari Fuld z"l who was killed 2 years ago in Tzomet haGush
The Talmud says, “In the way in which a person wants to go, that is the way in which he will be led.” As we inch toward Rosh HaShanah, we’re gifted with an opportunity to partner with God and ‘build’ the world anew. Now’s the time to decide on some of goals, assess our potential ‘contributions’ and partner-up with Heaven!
First, Malkah Fleisher on getting ready for Rosh Hashanah, but dealing with the challenge of a Coronavirus resurgence in Israel. Then, Rav Mike Feuer on why Ishmael is featured so prominently in the Rosh Hashanah liturgy. And finally, US foreign policy expert, Matthew Brodsky, on why the United Arab Emirates wants sovereignty from the Palestinian issue.
Rabbi Yitzchak is joined this week by his wife Leah as they discuss the issues of travel during a pandemic, as well as preparations for Rosh HaShana. The focus of the show is from Parsha Nitzavim tied together with Kabbalah and a section of Rebbe Nachman's Likutei Moharan. All of these point us to our true faces, which are a reflection of all of us having been created in the image of God.
The Talmud says, "In the way in which a person wants to go, that is the way in which he will be led." As we inch toward Rosh HaShanah, we're gifted with an opportunity to partner with God and 'build' the world anew. Now's the time to decide on some of goals, assess our potential 'contributions' and partner-up with Heaven!
What does the Torah teach us about mourning in Judaism? Rabbi Yitzchak shares with William and the audience his personal experience in dealing with, Baruch Dayan HaEmet, the death of his wonderful mother. Learn about the different stages or mourning and some of the practices, with their relevant sources in the Torah.
Orly talks to the Former Deputy Director Of The FBI about the social condition in America. She also ask him about his perspective of the US state of affairs, Israel- UAE peace treaty, and the internal works within the FBI.