What does the USA’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement have to do with this week’s Torah portion? For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/jcastnetwork.org/storage/TwoMinutes/TM273.mp3Podcast: Download
In the wilderness with the manna falling from heaven the Israelites complain that they don’t have enough meat to eat, so God gives them meat, more than they could have bargained for. For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark […]
On Wednesday night I was on the phone with my 92 year-old grandmother and she was complimenting me on my last newsletter (I have been sending her my Shabbat newsletters since my time at the JCC!). I interrupted her gushing and shared that I wasn’t quite sure what to write this week. She immediately responded, […]
Is the Seder song a cute kids’ tune or a way of teaching appreciation for life’s gifts? Could be both. Take a few minutes to reflect. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the comments on our website and on Twitter @JewishConnectiv, hashtag […]
In Episode Six of Jewish Food for Thought: An Animated Series, “Envy”, Hanan and his parents discuss the complicated role that envy plays. Where does envy originate? Does it always have to be bad? Is there anything you can learn about yourself from being envious of others> What is the key to understanding Judaism’s seemingly […]
Welcome to the latest episode of Meet Me At the Tzomet (the Intersection) with Rabbi Arnie Samlan, of Jewish Connectivity. Expressing appreciation is not just a “nice” thing, it’s a practice that improves your psychological, spiritual, and even physical health. Listen to this brief podcast about how to make gratitude a part of your daily […]
In Episode Six of Jewish Food for Thought: An Animated Series, “Love & Fear (Part Three)”, Hanan and his parents discuss the complicated role of fear in your life.
Is love related to fear, and if so, how? How can the space between two people actually bring you closer together? What can you learn from fear? And even when you are fearful, can you choose to trust?
Please let us know your thoughts. What did this animation make you think about? How do you feel that fear is connected to finding and being in love?.
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