How does the saying go? New year, new you, right? One simple thing I…
Chaim Kramer discusses this week’s Torah parshiot, the building of the Mishkan (the sanctuary) and the vital relevance to your life today, especially as this concerns self-knowledge and self-esteem. Get inspired and build your personal mishkan for Hashem! Like this video?
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Chaim Kramer discusses the weekly parshiot, Acharei Mot-Kedoshim, which cover the laws of morality (and what constitutes immorality), adultery, idolatry, purity and impurity, sanctity, Yom Kippur, repentance, forgiveness, and how to build a fence against the low elements that could influence you and destroy your soul.
How do we adapt to the societies we live in? Do we take on corrupt and immoral customs and practices? Or do we retain our commitment to Hashem’s Torah? Which civilization do we want to be part of?
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Never give up! You always can begin again!
Rebbe Nachman’s essence is Rosh Hashanah, Reb Noson’s is Yom Kippur. (Reb Noson was Rebbe Nachman’s leading student and scribe.)
Meir Elkabas explains the concept of God’s forgiveness as expressed by Reb Noson, and the tremendous encouragement this gives us.
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In this short video, Chaim Kramer discusses the types of teshuvah we need to do–on Yom Kippur and year-round. We need to ask forgiveness of Hashem and forgiveness from others, but at the same time we need to forgive, too.
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Repentance is an ongoing life-long process, but there is a special time God has given us to return. That time is now—the month of Elul and in this three-part class, Meir Elkabas discusses aspects of repentance and tools we can use, based on Rebbe Nachman’s book, Advice.