Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller explains how the way we keep Shabbos is designed to ensure that it becomes a spiritually meaningful day.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller finishes his discussion of the prophet Chaggai.
Rabbi Weinberger discusses the concept of a bris from a different chassidic source, Chassidus Mevueres.
Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses how the Sukkah is a paradigm for seeing the stars within ourselves. We must recognize the inherent greatness that Hashem imparted to us and that He believes in us and shines His light through us.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses the Torah concept that the way in which we “walk” with G-d in return effects the way G-d will “walk” with us.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses the laws of Shemittah and how they attune us to the inner reality of our world which is run by G-d.
Rabbi Weinberger discusses the idea of Am Yisrael coming together to form one complete spiritual unit.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller continues his discussion of the prophet Chaggai.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses the concepts of honoring G-d and one’s parents.
Rebbetzin Heller expounds on the deeper understanding of the Ten Commandments.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller describes the message of Chaggai.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues to learn the Baal HaTanya’s essay Atem Nitzavim. This segment deals with each individual unique connection to the Jewish People.
Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses the Holiday Of Succos.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses the Torah outlook on speech: Our speech has the ability to bring us closer to Hashem.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses the last chapter in the Book of Ruth, which describes the unique process in which the Mashiach is brought into this world and its relevance for our own personal redemption.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller examines the third Perek of Tzefania.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the Alter Rebbe’s maamar (essay), Atem Nitzavim. In this section he discusses the concept of a circle, and its aplications in Jewish thought and life.
Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses how Succot is a continuation of the holidays that precede it, and how they are connected.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller provides a short dvar Torah on Parshat Tetzaveh.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses Ruth’s mysterious midnight visit to Boaz in his fields and unravels the depth of this seemingly inexplicable episode.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller gives us insight into the life of the late Rosh Yeshiva of Mir Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel zt’l
Rabbi Hanoch Teller continues to the second Perek of Tzefania.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the essay of Atem Nitzavim by the Alter Rebbe. The Rebbe discusses the concept of Knesses Yisrael, the entity of Yisrael, and how one can become part of this unit.
Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg outlines four reasons that we celebrate the holiday of Succot in the month of Tishrei, and explains how they relate to the Simcha (joy) of the holiday.
Rebbetzin Heller provides a short thought on the weekly Torah parsha, Parshat Terumah.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses how the contrast between the story of the spies in Parshat Shelach, and the one found in the Haftorah, provides us with a proper lens focused on the Land of Israel.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains true joy of Sukkot, which emanates from serving G-d with one’s full heart.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger begins learning the essay of the Alter Rebbe, Reb Shneur Zalman of Liadi, which deals with Rosh HaShana, as discussed in the Sefer Chassidus M’vueres. The themes of Malchiyot, Shofrot, and Zichronot are analyzed. The shiur discusses the nekuda pnimis, the inner essence of Rosh Hashana,.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller introduces the prophet with a discussion of whom the prophet addressed, and the seminal message of the prophecy.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller gives us insight into the life of the late Rosh Yeshiva of Mirrer Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel zt’l