In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller- Gotleib discusses the month of Elul and how to do Teshuvah
Mizmor Ladavid Ori
For the new year, when I can’t change the consequences of my mistakes.
we are special. Fundamental Ideas …
Tehillim 12- The Perilous Power of Perverting Language
Hashem wants my heart, my love, sincere service – surely not a service motivated by money? Isn’t my love of money a substitute and an obstruction to genuine love of Him and His mitzvahs?
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller- Gotleib continues her discussion in Sefer Mishlei
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller- Gotleib discusses the great occasions that happened on Tu B’Av
What does a non-Jewish mistress, an adulterous relationship and the desire for money have in common? According to the Gaon, apparently a lot! Listen to part 4B and transform your work life.
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller- Gotleib discusses the Nine Mourning days
What should we do during the 3 weeks. one idea
Tehillim 10 – A Lamentation for a Corrupt World
Tehillim 8 – What is the Human Being? A Little Less than the Angels
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Heller-Gotleib discusses the mourning period of the 3 weeks
Bridging the gap between our love for money and Hashem’s love for us. Can these two desires possibly merge? Find out in part 4!
Earning a living more valuable than awe of G-d – that just can’t be! It’s not even a mitzvah!? Find out in this last segment of Part 3.
A fascinating in-depth analysis of work’s relative holiness in Hashem’s eyes. Is it up there with Tefillin or more similar to eating and sleeping? Most importantly – does this distinction make any difference to our approach to our time in the office?
If life is about Torah and mitzvahs, why did Hashem design a world where work consumes us? Is work also a holy mitzvah, like tefillah and Torah?
Tehillim 6 – The Power Gift of Tears
Tehillim 5 – A Prayer in the Darkness
2 men or 12
What the division of the Torah into Five Books reveals to us
about the way Hashem leads the world, the Jewish Nation
and our own life journey.
“Shmot – Creating a Nation Unlike Any Other”