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When life is rushing by leaving you with an endless to do list, when you feel swamped with the demands of life, how can you cope?

How to Waterproof Your Life

How to Waterproof Your Life

A Taste of Text—Noach


How to Waterproof Your Life: A Taste of Text—Noach

When life is rushing by leaving you with an endless to do list, when you feel swamped with the demands of life, how can you cope?
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Anonymous November 10, 2013

Exactly What I Needed This is a great talk and incredibly timely for me. Thank you for posting it! Reply

Rachel November 6, 2013

I really needed this today Right now I feel like my life is being flooded. Going back to school after the age of 50, not feeling like I have enough time to study, working part time, needs of family members, keeping up home and having people over, I don't know what is a priority and what isn't. School is feeling like a priority, but people are so important also. I guess I need to focus on the people in my life and hopefully H-shem will bless in the area of school and work. It does feel more balanced this way. Thank you for helping me work this out! Reply

CHANA Israel October 2, 2013

inspiring, practical and brief - just perfect brilliant concept. Keep 'em coming Reply

Mrs. Chana Weisberg November 1, 2011

thank you! Thank you for all your positive comments and feedback! Please keep them coming!

The Taste of Text series on the weekly Torah portion will continue, G-d willing, throughout the entire year. So please keep looking out for each week's new video--or bookmark the page for easy reference. Reply

Anonymous los angelos, CA October 28, 2011

it worked excellent I have gathering for rosh chodesh every month. I was looking for Dever Torah. I listened to the video and talked about it. every body liked it. thank y very much. Also I would like to know more about Noach 'behavior after he got out. So the lesson in your article which we learned, Noach could not do it. did I understand that correctly? please explain to me thank y Reply

June Feigelman Merrick, NY via October 28, 2011

Perfect for my Tough times This was just what I needed after a trying week! It was a perfect level for me because I'm trying to become more religious on my own, and this was exactly what I'm looking for. I love the translation of the Parsha. Reply

Shalhevet Ashland, OR October 27, 2011

Thank you...would like more I don't live with other frum Jews...I am in the country. It was wonderful to listen to this class. It felt like I was right there with the other women...what a wonderful thing! The time was perfect. Thanks so much. Would like to see this more often also. Thanks again Reply

Anonymous October 27, 2011

Amazing! Wonderful experience. I felt like I was right there with all the ladies. Perfect amount of time for a busy woman's morning, to get her day started. Please keep these coming. Overall, one of the best concepts to date. Much appreciated, lovely concise graphic design of the text. Would it be possible to have the text in an editable form as well, to be able to translate in other languages to teach to others. A groise yasher ko'ach. Reply

Each 20-minute video class uses a text from the weekly Torah portion to convey a contemporary insight on leading a more enriched life. Source sheets are included to help students follow along and gain a "taste" of the actual texts studied.
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