In this mini-episode, head-counselor Darone Ruskay begins to explain “The Rules”, the guiding rules that he has tried to teach Nachshon and Betzalel. In each of these mini-episodes, Darone and his sons will share the rules and explain what they are all about. The second rule… “A Hug Will Always Make People Feel Better… If […]
This week as we read the Shema in our Torah portion we might ask the question of what is it about this prayer that has made it so successful and such a central part of our liturgy For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is […]
In this episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay talks about the things that he LOVES and HATES about his work at JCast Network. What do you love and hate about your work? What would you do differently professionally to get more pleasure out of the work that you do? Once again, we ask […]
A sermon by Rabbi David Ingber on Kedoshim. For more information please visit romemu.org. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/jcastnetwork.com/storage/romemu/236.mp3Podcast: Download
In this episode of Rega Shel Ivrit (A Moment of Hebrew), host and Master teacher talks about love in honor of today, Yom Valentine (Valentines Day) We hope that you will join us again for future episodes. If there are specific words or themes that you would like Michal to discuss, please eMail her at MzMotek@gmail.com […]
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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