Our compulsion to “be in the know” and to fill in the blanks when we don’t know leads to conjectures and condemnations. All interpersonal transgressions start with negative judgments. This lecture provides a simple antidote.
Loving God is one of the six constant mitzvot, and should also be the basis for the performance of all mitzvot. However, too often this vital basis is weak or missing in a Jew’s life. This powerful lecture offers practical … Continued
The first words ever spoken by God to the very first Jew were: “Go, get going.” Judaism is meant to be a dynamic spiritual path. This lecture gives concrete suggestions for how to keep moving forward, whether you were born … Continued
Painful things happen to good people, but not bad things, because “bad” is a moral designation. That there is no operative force other than God is a bedrock of Jewish belief, but many Jews suffer from anxiety, fears, and other … Continued