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 Hershel Reichman explains true joy of Sukkot, which emanates from serving G-d with one’s full heart.
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 Hanoch Teller gives us insight into the life of the late Rosh Yeshiva of Mirrer Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel zt’l
Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts a new series of classes where he answers Ethical Questions.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller gives historical background for and a general overview of the prophesies of the Navi Zecharia.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger discusses how the intense connection between Am Yisrael and G-d is explained as symbolized through a bris. Rabbi Weinberger gleans insights regarding the true essence of a bris, from the Alter Rebbe’s essay, Atem Nitzavim.
Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg shares his secrets for building a happy and harmonious relationship with one’s spouse, based on the sichot mussar and other Torah sources.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller speaks about how to attain real happiness in honor of the joyous festival of Sukkot.
Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg presents the secrets of non-verbal communication.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller teaches the first chapter, discussing Elimelech’s abandonment of the Jewish People and the effect of his desertion on his family’s future.