What is the core message of Passover? Yes this is the holiday celebrating our historical journey from slavery to freedom, but it goes even deeper than that. The root of this holiday is love and recommitment. The relationship between man and G-d and the significant role that Passover plays in days of old to this very day is a key to having a truly re-jewvinating Pesach.
On a scale from 1-10, how do you feel?
We are all in this world for a limited amount of time. What happens next? Some are uncomfortable with this question and others are fascinated by it. Death sounds final, but life after life is the true reality. What is the world to come, what awaits us and how does the way we live our life in this world effect what comes next?
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Why was man created? Why am I here? Does G-d need ME? These are very important questions whose answer explains the purpose of man on this earth.
There are so many distractions that take us away from being focused on what's truly important in life. Even when we understand the importance of investing time and focus into significant aspects of our lives, why do we let ourselves get side-tracked and distracted? How can we gain focus and seize the opportunities that present themselves? How can we more mindfully invest in ourselves and our relationships and say No to the distractions that take us away from true meaning in life?
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Beyond eating latkes, donuts and enjoying the beauty of the lights, what is the significance of Chanukah? The Chanukah miracles happened so long ago yet their significance is still felt today. How can we connect to the deeper message of Chanukah?
Do you ever find that you are holding onto emotions, thoughts or relationships that are just not serving you? Why do we do this? How can we learn to let go of anger, resentment, limiting beliefs and emotional pain to make space for the healthier happier version of ourselves?
It's so easy to think about all of my less than satisfying traits. How can I change the parts of myself that are not serving me and become the kind of person that I would like to be? Can I and should I change who I am? If so, how do I go about doing so?
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I'm so used to relating to myself as a body. How do I relate to myself as a soul? My soul is the essence of who I am, yet I don't really understand what being a soul means. Where do my thoughts and feelings and character traits come into play when talking about my body, soul and who I really am? How can I truly get to know myself as a soul?
We are in a time period of mourning for the loss of the temple, our exile and the continued fractures that exist within our nation. How can we fix discord and negativity and build love and connection? How can we focus on the good around us, in others and in ourselves? This is what we really need to heal the world and usher in the redemption. Where do we even begin?
Have you ever met a person that your would describe as exceptional? How did they get there?
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There are daily news reports of tragedies. Life can sometimes feel bleak and worry about all of the things that might go wrong can rob us of the joy that does exist in our daily lives. How can we tap into the positive and the good and live life with a sense of internal peace?
Do you ever struggle with G-d?
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Enhance your Passover by thinking about these questions and hearing insights from Rabbi David Aaron and Leora Mandel.
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How do I want to live my life?
There are times in life when we feel stuck, and enter a state of despair. Life situations can sometimes feel overwhelming and hope for improvement can seem like a distant mirrage. How can we find hope and optimism when our situation feels so grim? What are the perspectives and practical tools that will enable us to see the sun through the storm?
Do you know what's important to you? What are your top priorities? Even if you can give yourself a clear answer, it's not uncommon to give priority to less important aspects of life and more time, energy and emphasis on what I might honestly say...is less important. Why?
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Have you ever asked yourself the question: What does G-d want from me? Yes G-d gave us the Torah with 613 commandments, but in the big picture, what does He want from us as people and me as an individual? In Deutoronomy chapter 10 verse 12 the Torah asks :" And now Israel, what does G-d want from you..." and continues with a short list. Listen to Soul Talk with Rabbi David Aaron and Leora Mandel to gain deeper understanding on this essential question: What Does G-d Want From Us?
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Every holiday has its unique nature. They iconic symbol of Chanukah is the menorah with it's glowing lights. In addition to the traditional explanations for our celebration of this holiday, what is the significance of Chanukah? There are life-changing concepts integral to this holiday that can transform our lives. Join Soul Talk with Rabbi David Aaron and Leora Mandel to tap into the deeper elements of Chanukah that will enlighten your week and your life.
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Relationships are such a core part of our life. They are the source of the greatest meaning, and often the greatest challenge. Strugge within familial relationships is a challenge that has been going on for thousands of years. The Torah relates the struggles of key figures in our history and much of the strife that our forefathers had to contend with was familial. Relationships between husband and wife, parent and child and inter-sibling dynamics are full of potential conflict. Yet, how can we learn from their struggles to restore harmony within our selves and the relationships that are most important?