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Rabbi Shais Taub is Creative Director at Jewish.TV. He is the author of G-d of Our Understanding: Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction. He and his family make their home in Pittsburgh, PA.
Three Central Themes of the Hakhel Year
Unity, Awe and Leadership
The year of Hakhel is marked with gatherings to strengthen our Judaism, our connection to G-d and to each other—similar to the mitzvah in Temple times when the king would read from the Torah to inspire all of Israel. Discover Hakhel’s relevance and empowe...
The Quest for Perfection
Finding Yourself, Finding G-d
Radically transform the way you look at yourself and the world around you. Join Rabbi Shais Taub as he presents a Jewish mystical six-step program toward discovering self and purpose, and managing challenges and addictions. (Recorded at Chabad Intown in A...
The Alter Rebbe’s Unique Approach
How is Chassidus Chabad Different?
What is the special contribution of the Chabad approach of chassidus, and what are we meant to accomplish with it?
Male and Female According to Chassidus
The Spirituality of Gender
The different spiritual make-up of men and women illuminates their respective roles in a healthy relationship.
Does the Creator Need Us?
G‑d for King
G‑d is on the campaign trail to be crowned as King of the Universe again this year, and He wants your vote.
Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, some issues keep on coming up every election. Should we allow immigrants to stay or deport them? Should we raise or lower taxes? But what does the Torah have to say on the topic? Jewish.tv has the answer...
Getting Over Resentment
“You Ruined My Life!”
Learning how to heal from emotional pain from the past is not just about feeling better. It’s about removing the one thing that most blocks us from living our true lives.
Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction
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