In this class on the Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen discusses the awareness of G-d and being in tune with His Will as the ultimate purpose of Man’s existence.
In this class on Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Cohen discusses man’s purpose to take pleasure in G-d. How? Through following His Torah.
In this class, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen shows how Mesillat Yesharim maps out the steps to achieving self-perfection, beginning with Zehirut, caution. Rabbi Cohen teaches that, to achieve this level, one must be careful and scrupulous that all of one’s actions are in accordance with the Torah.
In this class, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen continues to show how Mesillat Yesharim maps out the steps to achieving self-perfection within a Torah framework.
How do we reach the exalted level of being considered a true servant of G-d? By imitating his attribute of Modesty, as described in Chapter 24 of Mesillat Yesharim.
In this class on the Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen discusses how one should perform mitzvot.
In this class, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen discusses how unlike secular works, which are learned for the sake of knowledge, Mesillat Yesharim needs to be learned with the intention of internalizing it’s fundamental ideas.
In this class, Rabbi Yitzchok Cohen discusses how the first line of Mesillat Yesharim describes our obligation in this world: to be intimately close with G-d.
In this class, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen examines the first steps in the Mesillat Yesharim’s ladder for spiritual growth.
In this week’s class on Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen extrapolates on the first step of zehirus, carefulness. He discusses the urging of the Mesillat Yesharim for us to be aware and careful of our ways in order to create a better future.
Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen elaborates on the idea that we should not be content with performing mitzvot and good deeds, and instead we should strive to desire to bring holiness into this world.
In this shiur on Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen delves into the concept of zrizus, and explains the energy and spirit one should have in performing the mitzvot and the service of Hashem.
In this shiur on Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Cohen continues with the idea of zrizus and brings practical ways of performing our service to G-d with excitement and alacrity.
In this shiur, Rabbi Cohen teaches about nikiyous, the next step in Mesillat Yesharim. This involves being exceptionally careful in our daily thoughts, speech and actions.
In his discussion on the Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen explains that Nekius means keeping a distance from any hint of dishonesty or stealing.
In his discussion of the Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen elaborates on the application of ‘nekius’ in speech.
Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen elaborates on the application of ‘nekius’ in midot.
In his continued discussion on the Mesillat Yesharim, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen speaks about the importance of learning mussar.
In the step of Nekiyous, Rabbi Cohen explains the extreme caution one must display in the areas of immorality.